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The "broken" drug pricing system in the U.S. is forcing some patients to make decisions that can negatively impact their health, experts warn.
At Cleveland Clinic, a positive patient experience starts with a little empathy.
Michael Kanter, M.D., explains how the Southern California Permanente Medical Group cut opioid prescriptions.
The Permanente Medical Group took several steps to improve patient flow in Kaiser Permanente emergency rooms.
A few adjustments could make hospitalists more efficient and improve the quality of patient care, says Robert Pearl, M.D.
“American healthcare needs a hero,” says Robert Pearl, M.D., who points to three disruptive companies that could be a cure for what ails the system.
Healthcare needs medical professionals who can behave more like Jon Snow, the fictional character from Game of Thrones, and act on emerging threats that will disrupt the industry.
Is the U.S. healthcare system terminally broken? That’s the question that four healthcare leaders will debate on Thursday.
There are three lessons doctors and others in healthcare can learn from organizations such as Doctors Without Borders, says Robert Pearl, M.D.
Despite all their education, young physicians don't always have the skills they need to succeed in today’s healthcare jobs market.