Keyword: Harvard Medical School
Urgent care clinics are prescribing unnecessary antibiotics at almost three times the rate of traditional physician offices and more practice news.
In the New England Journal of Medicine, a Harvard Medical student said he's learned physician burnout is more complicated than stress from overwork.
U.S. physicians’ clinical notes are, on average, four times as long as those in other countries. Are documentation regulations to blame?
Price transparency tools haven’t gained much real-world traction. A group of Harvard Medical School researchers took a look at why.
Research finds that empowering midwives could significantly boost maternal and infant health in the U.S.
ACOs have an obligation to help patients just as much as they are obliged to streamline care.
The healthcare system needs new ways to educate and train providers, says a former Harvard Medical School dean.
Almost half of physician practices may be missing out on an opportunity to generate revenue by providing annual wellness visits to Medicare patients.
Hospital groups will soon get their day in court in a case against HHS over cuts to the 340B program.
Hospitals that save money through 340B discounts don't necessarily use those savings to improve care, a new study finds.