Keyword: The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association
In the future, high empathy scores could help applicants get into medical school.
A new study found that just 45 minutes of education made a difference for patients with chronic diseases.
No-show patients are an annoying and costly problem for practices, but the Elmont Teaching Health Center is making headway.
A new study finds that future doctors are confident they can counsel patients about nutrition, yet most were unaware of key nutritional guidelines.
A new study homes in on a tactic to curb obesity: eliminating physician bias against patients who are overweight.
While most emergency departments overcharge patients, a new study finds that 62% of emergency medicine clinicians can’t accurately estimate cost.