Keyword: Baylor College of Medicine
Choice of words matter when doctors tell patients they are uncertain of a diagnosis, according to a new study.
To coexist with machines, physicians need to redefine their profession to adapt to 21st century models of care, writes Bryan Vartabedian, M.D.
Brett Giroir’s testimony before a Senate panel left Democrats skeptical that he would support women’s health programs.
Even a minor reduction in the number of children vaccinated against measles can have substantial consequences, according to a new study.
In response to a patient population in dire need of assistance with the social determinants of health, providers in Houston formed an intervention center to better connect those people with services outside of the hospital setting.
There’s a disconnect between what patients report as symptoms and what information is recorded in the electronic health record, a new study has found.
President-elect Donald Trump’s choice to head a new commission on vaccine safety and scientific integrity: vaccine skeptic Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Diagnostic errors are an industry-wide problem but there are several steps hospitals can take to prevent them.
After more than two years of grim news from the Department of Veterans Affairs, the department finally has some good news: risk of death or complications after surgery have dropped steeply.
As mosquito season begins in the U.S., states are bracing for potentialZikaoutbreaks.