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Physicians with multiple paid malpractice claims are more likely to stop practicing medicine or go solo, a study finds.
Seniors may benefit from decision support tools when choosing Part D plans—but they may need a nudge to jump into the tech, according to a new study.
11.5 million healthcare records were exposed in 2018, a report finds; Stanford wants digital health to be more ethical; and more health IT headlines.
By creating a tool to track the speed and size of changes in opioid-related mortality, researchers hope to spur smarter public health interventions.
Apple and Stanford enroll more than 400,000 in a heart study. Plus Teladoc clears $111 million in third-quarter revenue.
HHS has officially appointed Landmark Health CEO Adam Boehler to take over the CMS Innovation Center, which is in the midst of a transformation.
A new study out of UCSF shows an Apple Watch-AI combination can accurately predict Afib in a subset of patients, but real-world challenges remain.
While medical schools and healthcare institutions have long valued IQ, it also takes EQ to ensure an excellent, caring doctor.
Technological innovations are transforming medical training and could help ease a global shortage of healthcare professionals.
New research shows that wearables and remote monitoring devices have virtually no clinical impact. But researchers aren't throwing in the towel yet.