Keyword: Stanford University School of Medicine
Policymakers looking to lower healthcare costs must continue to push the industry toward value-based models, experts told legislators at a hearing on Tuesday.
Resident Max J. Romano, M.D., says it’s time that physicians who have benefited from white privilege confront racism within healthcare.
U.S. physicians’ clinical notes are, on average, four times as long as those in other countries. Are documentation regulations to blame?
A new report describes the challenges and benefits of participating in a physician-led ACO.
Artificial intelligence could help physicians predict a patient's risk of developing a deadly infection.
Asking patients about their goals helps ensure their medical care fits their life plans, Stanford researchers say.
Instead of ignoring patient discrimination against doctors, more hospitals have adopted guidelines to address the issue.
Stanford Medicine's Lloyd Minor is going all-in on digital health, and he believes Apple and Google can help solve healthcare's most vexing problems.
It’s time to bring two separate cultures—technology and physicians—together as artificial intelligence takes hold in healthcare.
Stanford Medicine's Lloyd Minor said the new study that integrates Apple Watch and telehealth "can help usher in a new era of proactive healthcare."