Health care employee job satisfaction in primary care clinics ranges by gender and job type.
The rate of screening for alcohol use or brief advice provisions may be affected by the removal of financial incentives.
Only 38.3% of nurses who were members of AACN reported being familiar with Choosing Wisely.
There is a prevalence of conflicts of interest and lack of transparency of reporting conflicts of interest in gastroenterology guideline authors.
Researchers sought to document and describe the contributions of certified PAs across practice areas in addressing mental health conditions.
Researchers examined the detailed events of published personal health data breaches for the past 10 years to understand what types of demographic and financial information were compromised.
Electronic health records may not correctly reflect review of systems and physical examination observations made by emergency physicians.
Social needs — including food, housing, utilities, transportation — and exposure to interpersonal violence are well known to be linked to health outcomes. In fact, up to 90% of health outcomes are a result of social, behavioral, and economic factors.1 However, few hospitals or practices screen patients comprehensively for the aforementioned factors that affect health…
Clinicians working with people with opioid use disorder can help to decrease the stigma and bias against these individuals.
20 more insurers will be participating in 2020, expanding consumer choice in many states.
Researchers sought to estimate the level of burnout among nurses working in primary health care as well as assess the relationship between sociodemographic, employment-related, and personality variables and burnout syndrome.
Minorities more likely to report difficulty seeing a culturally similar health care provider.
Restrictions on prescribing methadone, buprenorphine, and naloxone pose a significant barrier to effective treatment of patients with opioid use disorder.
Better understanding of health insurance benefits may help with navigating health care system, survey finds.
The crisis at the border is an ongoing medical emergency that has not been treated as such by medical organizations, including the AAPA and AANP.
The USPSTF has made updates to the 2008 recommendations on screening for and treating asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnant and nonpregnant persons.
Clinician burnout may negatively affect patient safety.
Adjusted uninsured rates down 17% for people with undiagnosed diabetes after ACA.
But percentage of women entering 9 subspecialty fields decreased; lowest increase seen in cardiology.
The percentage of US physicians who believe that the ACA is a net positive for health care has increased in the five years after its implementation.