Keyword: University of Rochester Medical Center
Just as the airline industry creates a “manageable cockpit” to keep pilots from being overwhelmed, it’s time the healthcare industry protects doctors.
Patients with advanced cancer have a heart attack survival rate of less than 10%, plus more healthcare research news.
It can be a tough conversation for most doctors: talking to a patient who is dying.
A Western New York hospital has developed an approach to patient-generated data that provides targeted expectations for surgical patients.
Thanks to video conferencing, patient-generated data and modern communication tools, medical visits will look vastly different in the future.
Academic medical center leaders have one more thing to worry about—their organizations are more susceptible than others to large data breaches.
While there is a global obesity epidemic, most doctors have little training in obesity and nutrition.
As a young, black woman, Amber Robins, M.D., says she always puts on her white coat when she steps inside the hospital.
There are myriad challenges to mHealth innovation and adoption, including antiquated state licensure laws and Medicare policies, says E. Ray Dorsey, M.D.
Telehealth has the potential to greatly expand the reach of medicine, not only in remote areas around the globe, but also for various socio-economic groups, according to E. Ray Dorsey, M.D., and Eric Topol, M.D.