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Sharing services may be one way that small physician practices can keep from going the way of the dinosaur.
A record number of physicians are seeking certification in obesity medicine.
The Ebola virus can lead to cognitive and physical disabilities, and more research news from this week.
As Washington politicians have so far failed to come to any agreement about how to fix the U.S. healthcare, there’s no shortage of ideas from those around the country.
From Kaiser Health News: Due to poor doctor-patient communication, most people with advanced cancer don’t know enough about their disease to make vital decisions.
A New York City hospital sees a surprisingly bright future for telehealth services in a previously unexplored location: the emergency room.
Doctors in one practice may soon trade the occasional weekend caring for inpatients to providing weekend office hours.
In an interview with Forbes, leading hospital CEOs discussed some of their strategies to better engage patients in their care.
Procedures to follow up with patients either after an office visit or after a visit to the emergency room or a hospital stay need improvement.
It’s time to improve communication from the ER to the physician's office, says Fred N. Pelzman, M.D.