Keyword: University of California San Francisco
Being a physician, mother and additional caregiver takes a mental health toll and increases burnout, according to a new study.
A new study finds “insidious, persistent and sometimes blatant” discrimination experienced by physicians who are mothers.
Telehealth is a viable way for providers to cut down on unneeded in-person visits, but whether the benefits extend in the long term is in question.
The new partnership gives UCSF a "digital front door" into Dignity's cloud-based platform designed to improve patient interactions.
Hospital inpatient volume may have a bigger impact on ambulance diversion than ER volume, according to a new study.
American hospital bills are littered these days with multiplying fees, many of which don’t even exist in other countries.
Hospitals across the country are embarking on construction projects to expand and enhance their facilities.
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.
A company that provides real-time monitoring during surgeries agreed to a $550,000 settlement to resolve false claims allegations, plus more health IT news.
UCSF's Robert Wachter says widespread digitization in healthcare will take longer than most industries, but he's seeing some promising pockets.