Business of Medicine
CHICAGO – “The very great privilege of our profession ... is that we are privileged to examine [patients’] bodies, and to touch,” said Dr....
A bipartisan bill would protect patients from surprise medical bills related to emergency care. But the proposed solution is not a good one,...
WASHINGTON – Over 30 million people in the United States lacked health insurance in 2018.
Plan selections were down by 28% for the holiday week, compared with the week before.
From the Journals
New research puts a more standard, quantifiable measure to the relationship between EHR usability and burnout.
Movers in Medicine
Ten researchers will be honored at the 2019 annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology.
From the Editor
Ambition is overrated. The ambitious find it harder to accept failure, and some degree of failure is likely.
Letters of intent to participate are due by Dec. 10.
NEW ORLEANS – Positive social relationships with others are crucial to joy and well-being in the practice of...
Research published by Washington University’s Center for Advanced Studies in Adaptive Systems (CASAS) describes a technology that aims to help...
Officials at the American Society of Clinical Oncology are seeking approval of the model as a payment option in Medicare.