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When it comes to usability, doctors give electronic health record systems an “F.”
Researchers at Stanford University are building a cohort for the first large-scale, long-term study to improve the health of LGBTQ people.
Physician burnout costs the U.S. healthcare industry an estimated $4.6 billion a year because of doctor turnover and reduced clinical hours.
Doctors worry that a new admissions policy forced on Texas Tech’s medical school by the Trump administration is a step back in physician diversity.
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.