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As value-based care takes over in the coming years, hospitals simply won’t be able to succeed unless everyone gets on the same data page.
As the country begins to emerge from the COVID pandemic, remote monitoring will become a way of life for patients and providers, experts say.
Stanford Medicine scientists hope to use a voluntary health survey to create an "early warning system" that predicts the next surge in COVID-19 cases.
VA Secretary Robert Wilkie discussed the significance of the milestone among several VA tech-projects updates Wednesday.
In a survey, physicians, residents and medical students say they expect almost a third of their current duties could be automated in 20 years.
Maybe it should be easy, but there’s lots of factors that can get in the way of the doctor-patient relationship. Here's five practices to adopt.
A new study says the link between healthcare provider burnout and lower quality of patient care may be smaller than research suggests.
Kevin Pho, M.D., gives clinicians a voice through his social media.
It appears that out-of-network billing for inpatient admissions and emergency department visits is becoming more common and more expensive for patients.
What’s the best medical school for primary care? How about for surgery?