Keyword: JAMA Internal Medicine
Doctors and nurses occupy a unique position to capture unreported incidents and aid in a communal approach toward violence prevention.
The University of Southern California reached a $240 million settlement in a suit accusing its student health center gynecologist of sexual abuse.
High-deductible employer plans are contributing to the financial burden for low-income patients, plus more physician practice news.
Almost half of low-income adults with chronic health conditions and employer-sponsored high-deductible insurance face crushing financial burdens.
Only 53% of hospitals provided patients the option to request a complete copy of their medical records.
The fall of two prominent researchers raises concerns about how medical journals enforce conflict disclosures and assure the validity of research.
It's time for doctors to no longer ignore bad behavior from patients and their family members.
Two recent studies highlighted by JAMA Internal Medicine drilled down into the possible effects of Medicaid work requirements if applied nationally.
Urgent care clinics are prescribing unnecessary antibiotics at almost three times the rate of traditional physician offices and more practice news.
It's never just lunch, say researchers who found that relatively small pharmaceutical payments had an undue influence on physician prescribing behavior.