Business of Medicine
From the Journals
Infants born to mothers with COVID-19 should be tested for the virus at 24 hours and, if still in the birth facility, at 48 hours after birth.
Dr. Allan M. Block wonders how telemedicine, working from home, grocery delivery, and other social changes will alter our future.
User-friendly technology and the relaxed telehealth restrictions have made it fairly simple for patients and physicians to connect.
Unable to embrace his parents, he wondered if they would want him to volunteer.
Oncologists are moving cancer patients to other hospitals, reevaluating the need for cancer treatments, and embracing telemedicine to protect...
At medical practices across the country, the COVID-19 pandemic is threatening not only the lives of staff and patients but also the economic well-...
Many states are allowing workarounds to traditional medical licensing requirements via declarations of statewide emergencies during the COVID-19...
Despite almost $200 billion earmarked for hospital systems in the recently passed federal stimulus package, many hospitals are still in dire...
The move may also help physicians extend their visas.
Psychiatrists are on the cutting edge of how to address the pandemic of fear and uncertainty gripping individuals and society across the nation,...
Is it a silver lining to the coronavirus pandemic?