The suicide of a fourth-year student last summer has prompted leaders at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City to do some soul-searching.
Nurses care for an increasingly diverse patient population, so it’s important that they are sensitive to their patients' cultures.
For all the talk about how the election and its fallout have left people stressed out, Americans didn’t go to their doctors as a result.
A new study emphasizes the importance of doctors educating patients, an effort that leads to better outcomes and greater satisfaction.
Current approaches to healthcare reform could have significant impacts on women, especially for women who rely on Medicaid, according to a new analysis from…
Highlighting a lack of financial resources and qualified IT professionals, 64% of healthcare providers say they are not prepared to meet MACRA requirements.
Electronic health records have benefits for patients and physicians, but they also raise ethical concerns, said the American College of Physicians.
The clinical outcomes of a new integrated model of care for frail seniors that bridges housing and healthcare could point to substantial Medicare cost savings.
New data from the Pew Charitable Trusts highlights trends in U.S. antibiotic use, but effective policy in the area will require more comprehensive information.
Medical schools are charged with teaching future doctors a wide range of skills, but here’s a new one: wilderness training.