There are greater shortages of ICU beds for critically ill patients in low-income neighborhoods compared with high-income neighborhoods.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a phased approach for resuming suspended allergy/immunology clinical services is advised, according to consensus recommendations.
More than 40% of nurses on the front lines during the pandemic may be experiencing burnout.
Recommendations for addressing mental health among pain management fellows during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CDC’s framework created to address the influenza pandemic of 2014 is an efficient structure for primary care practices to implement for future pandemics following COVID-19.
Family physicians and pharmacists identified areas for improvement in antibiotic allergy documentation to prevent the prescribing of suboptimal treatments.
The American College of Cardiology has released guidance on pediatric return-to-play for sports participation following COVID-19 infection.
Over a 1-year intervention period, teams of clinicians implemented culturally affirming protocols to improve their primary care practice’s ability to serve LGBT patients.
The CDC presented recommendations for testing and clinical management of health care personnel exposed to the hepatitis C virus.
Demand for PAs in medical and surgical subspecialties is increasing according to data from 2014 and 2016, reflecting the profession’s robust expansion from primary care.
Researchers explored provider screening practices in primary care, women’s health, and well-child clinics to determine if barriers exist in meeting postpartum depression screening guidelines.
Family medicine residency graduates continue to practice in the field after residency.
The APA and AACAP offered 8 recommendations for school reopening plans.
In lieu of a current cohesive nationwide effort toward masking, experts offer advice for health care workers to encourage patients to wear masks.
Researchers found 21,498 infant deaths were reported in the US with an infant mortality rate of 5.67 infant deaths per 1000 live births, a historic low.
The researchers found 28.9% of pediatricians with knowledge of the guidelines reported full implementation, while 64.3% reported partial implementation.
Clinicians should consider whether a race correction will relieve or exacerbate inequities, according to editorialists.
Primary care practices are estimated to lose more than $67,000 in gross revenue per full-time physician over the course of 2020 due to COVID-19.
Nurse Practitioners can provide efficacious care to people with disabilities, resulting in cost savings, improved outcomes, and high value.
Researchers sought to identify and characterize stroke in COVID-19 in a single healthcare system in New York.