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The U.S. took a big step in the right direction with the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act, but there's still work to be done.
By anticipating organizational needs, hospitals and practices can build a flexible technological foundation that provides current-day utility and sets the table for tomorrow.
You have the tools at your disposal to avoid accepting the wrong position. Remember, it’s not all about being liked; you have to like your new workplace, too. To ensure this happens — or, at least, to increase your chances — savvy job seekers know to ask a few key questions during an interview.
High readmission rates cost hospitals money. Providers can do something about it by focusing on follow-up and care management plans.
The good news is that advances in technology are expanding the role that PAs can play in healthcare delivery, allowing them to practice at the top of their licenses.
Are PAs qualified to be healthcare leaders? The answer is more complicated than you probably imagine.
Debt isn't all-powerful. Emergency-medicine physicians can still have the lives and careers they want, even in the face of staggering medical school loans.
On August 22, Clinician1 launched its new, fully redesigned website at Clinician1.com. The upgrades enhance the site’s ability to help members grow professionally while engaging with others in similar fields.
With their past, current, and future contributions to every aspect of healthcare, emerging technologies could be a huge asset in further lowering readmissions (and associated penalties), all by improving existing practices.
Getting by with limited resources is the greatest challenge of practicing rural medicine. Here’s why.