Keyword: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
A new analysis underscores just how big a waste problem U.S. healthcare has.
Researchers at two universities plan to develop an autonomous trauma care system that uses robotics and artificial intelligence to treat soldiers.
What’s the best medical school for primary care? How about for surgery?
A recent study found that telemedicine may be leading to the overprescribing of antibiotics to children with sniffles and sore throats as well as more inappropriate prescribing that doesn't follow clinical guidelines.
University of Pittsburgh researchers are trying a new approach to help doctors recognize trauma signs: video games.
Chronic disease management improved the more primary care clinics implemented components of a patient-centered medical home model.
Two new studies show the dangers of delays in treatment of patients with sepsis. A study in the New England Journal of Medicine finds that for every hour clinicians fail to complete a well-known antisepsis protocol, mortality rates in the hospital increase by as much as 4%. And delays at overcrowded ERs increase the odds of death by as much as 10%.