Physicians and other providers greatly underestimate the willingness of patients to disclose their sexual orientation, a new study has found.
From Kaiser Health News: Many Hispanic men don't seek medical care soon enough and as the Hispanic population grows, some healthcare professionals are…
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Care models designed by nurses help create a culture of health and well-being, but they face funding challenges.
Digital apps, remote monitoring and wearables could help physicians improve chronic care, but accessibility may be a problem for many patients.
There’s a new problem for unsuspecting physicians who practice telemedicine: Some virtual visitors are sending them inappropriate pictures.
With a dearth of workers willing to take hard-to-fill jobs in healthcare, some organizations are hiring people with criminal backgrounds to fill those roles.
President Trump yesterday signed a bill that temporarily extends a program allowing some veterans to seek care from private doctors and hospitals.
The largest orthopedic private practice group in the country will soon be among the first to offer bundled payments for seven surgical procedures.
It should be up to doctors, not insurers, to decide what drugs will work best for cancer patients, according to new guidelines from an oncology group.
After seeing firsthand how poor care coordination can endanger patients’ health—and challenge their caregivers—one man decided to do something about it.