Keyword: University of Alabama at Birmingham
Inpatients who are cared for by their primary care physicians have lower mortality rates than those treated by hospitalists, according to a new study.
It’s not always crystal clear to doctors what radiologists mean in their interpretations of MRI and CT scans.
Nearly three-quarters of health system chief financial officers and revenue cycle management executives said their technology budget is increasing.
Providers looking to curb the opioid epidemic should offer training to physicians to prevent overprescribing—but that's no easy task.
As debate continues in Congress over the AHCA, the uncertain future of healthcare reform has pushed some hospitals to postpone projects or hiring.
NIH has awarded a $6.3 million grant to accelerate the use of patient-reported outcomes in research and clinical care by integrating it into EHRs.
New research finds big differences between in-person and remote dermatology consults, but calls high-res uncompressed video more feasible than other remote methods.