Topic: Evidence-Based Care
As head of The John A. Hartford Foundation, Terry Fulmer is a preeminent authority on applying evidence-based practices to older adults.
Since 2018, NYU Langone has applied randomized A/B testing to improve everything from tobacco counseling to health worker interventions in the ED.
Novant Health is working with artificial intelligence company Jvion to use predictive analytics to reduce readmissions for congestive heart failure patients.
An improvement in the quality of Google Translate’s algorithm could help the development of evidence-based medical practices.
The success of New York’s mandate for protocolized sepsis care offers a nuanced lesson for other states considering similar regulations.
Recent studies indicate that AI has the potential to improve the way clinicians treat cancer, according to IBM Watson Health.
Chronic pain is the top reason patients are using medical marijuana, according to a new study.
The times (and laws) have changed when it comes to marijuana use, leaving many doctors with a big question: “What do we tell our patients?”
It’s said that researchers could never evaluate the efficacy of parachutes for jumping out of airplanes. Then someone set out to prove them wrong.
ECRI Institute has officially launched its database of clinical practice guidelines following the closure of the National Guideline Clearinghouse.