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A decrease in child neglect numbers for states that participated in Medicaid expansion suggests the program can help reduce child maltreatment.
Researchers developed a tool that can detect cardiac arrest by monitoring breathing using smart devices.
The botched delivery of his own grim cancer diagnosis left Ron Naito, M.D., determined to teach physicians how to deliver bad news to patients.
Experts warn more work is needed to prove the link between communication-and-resolution programs and patient safety.
Healthcare regulators and insurers have long attached a high value to hospital readmission rates as an indicator of hospital quality.
More low-income people now live in suburbs than in cities or rural areas, putting a strain on local health services.
Better communication with families and caregivers may reduce the frequency of unneeded treatment, a new study has found.
Now that most healthcare organizations have EHRs in place, the roles of CIO and CMIO must evolve to embrace value-based reimbursement, experts say.
A smartphone-based multichannel spectrometer and app can analyze several lab samples simultaneously for cancer biomarker detection.
A human body passcode created via wireless data transmission using a smartphone fingerprint reader may provide stronger security for devices and wearables.