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Workplace wellness programs aren't likely to show significant results early on, but there are two exceptions to the rule.
Trustees at one hospital are "stunned" by the cost of an Epic EHR system and more healthcare tech news from around the web.
A new study says the volume of information doctors give patients should depend on patient care goals.
The University of Illinois is tinkering with an approach to patient portals that seeks to help older patients get a better grasp on their medical information.
Like the comedian Rodney Dangerfield, family physicians sometimes may feel like they "get no respect." That perception is now changing.
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.
Ben Gerber, co-principal researcher on a study focused on how mobile tools can play a positive role in patient care, says long-term patient adoption is a lingering hurdle.
In a new study, the Apple Watch proved more accurate than three other wristband heart rate monitoring devices, but less accurate than chest-band electrode systems.
Auditory masking can be dangerous not only to patients but also to caregivers.
CPOE can reduce medical error rates, but also can also facilitate new types of errors, according to new research.