Keyword: Annals of Internal Medicine
A new study says the link between healthcare provider burnout and lower quality of patient care may be smaller than research suggests.
Experts who examined 21 California cases in which extreme risk protection orders were used suggest they can play a role in preventing mass shootings.
Following two mass shootings, seven leading medical organizations have said "enough" and called for action to prevent gun violence.
An improvement in the quality of Google Translate’s algorithm could help the development of evidence-based medical practices.
To help primary care and family medicine physicians provide care to transgender patients, the American College of Physicians published a new guide.
A recent study found that buprenorphine was underused in states with high opioid-related mortality rates, especially for Medicaid patients.
Physician burnout costs the U.S. healthcare industry an estimated $4.6 billion a year because of doctor turnover and reduced clinical hours.
Using MIPS to incentivize primary care physicians to cut hospital readmission rates by decreasing their payments may not work, a study suggests.
With direct-to-consumer genetic tests becoming increasingly popular, physicians should expect questions from their patients about those results.
Some 25 physician and patient groups urged CMS to immediately implement proposed step therapy safeguards to protect patient access to treatments.