Keyword: Indiana University School of Medicine
Research by Lilia Cervantes, M.D., found doctors experience "moral distress" when forced to deny care to patients, such as dialysis for immigrants.
Experts provide tips for older patients to cope with the physical and mental declines associated with ER visits.
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education is turning its attention to ways to increase patient safety in residency training.
Computers and smartphones have changed the way physicians communicate with patients, but industry guidelines haven't kept pace.
A virtual EHR is helping medical residents at the Indiana University School of Medicine navigate the complexities of geriatric healthcare.
Sharing physicians’ notes with adult family members can improve elderly patients’ care, but privacy concerns make them reticent to do so.
As part of an effort to build the medical school of the future, the nation’s leading medical association has launched a new platform designed to train medical students to use EHRs.
The available evidence suggests the doctor shortage may be more a function of efficiency than of numbers.
Has hospitalist care improved inpatient care? That’s a question The New England Journal of Medicine explores in two new articles in recognition of the 20th anniversary of the field.
When dealing with parents who are reluctant to vaccinate their children, doctors should emphasize the benefit to the child, writes Kristin S. Hendrix, an assistant professor of pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine, in an opinion piece for the Washington Post.