Topic: Patient-Centered Care
A new report from the Office of the National Coordinator raises concerns about lingering health IT barriers and more health IT headlines.
AmeriHealth Caritas helps connect members with nonprofit groups providing GED test preparation classes.
A new study suggests that doctors may be prescribing statins—one of the most commonly prescribed drugs worldwide—to too many of their patients.
It can be tough for doctors to talk to their patients about life expectancy and, as it turns out, it’s a discussion patients like to avoid as well.
The American College of Physicians has issued a series of principles designed to help providers include the patient voice in care.
A new study found that just 45 minutes of education made a difference for patients with chronic diseases.
Mount Sinai Health System announced an agreement with Taikang Healthcare in China to provide clinical and management knowledge transfer services.
Patients want someone to trust. And if you earn that trust, they will be more likely to follow through on your recommendations.
The Trump administration stopped action last year to update standards for accessible medical treatment within the Americans with Disabilities Act.
A study out of Boston shows EHR alerts can reduce tests without reducing quality and more healthcare news from around the web.