Topic: Evidence-Based Care
The Trump administration has halted a registry that assesses mental health and substance abuse programs.
A Massachusetts committee is working to develop guidelines to make an inpatient stay or visit a bit easier for dementia patients.
A group of Senate Democrats is demanding answers from HHS on reports of a budget document "word ban" at the CDC.
The Trump administration has reportedly told HHS agencies that they should avoid using certain words in next year's budget documents.
Organizations rated highly by the firm Healthgrades fare better on mortality and complication rates for several common conditions.
Healthcare leaders pitch a new way to quality measurement: from a patient's perspective.
Critics found plenty wrong with a $200 million gift this week to the University of California, Irvine, that will promote alternative therapies.
Researchers have come up with an eight-item checklist to help physicians identify clinical guidelines they can use in their practice.
Malpractice, patient demands and profit motives are the main drivers of overtreatment, according to a survey of physicians.
Computers and smartphones have changed the way physicians communicate with patients, but industry guidelines haven't kept pace.