Topic: Patient Engagement
Almost 1 in 5 patients report they have faced some kind of discrimination in their dealings with doctors and hospitals.
Leaders in the value-based care movement say the government can better support independent physician practices.
More work could be done on online portals to help patients understand what test results mean, according to a new study.
ORLANDO, Fla.—A true physician-patient partnership means greater patient engagement and can increase physician satisfaction.
There are challenges inherent in being in both the value-based payment world and the fee-for-service world simultaneously.
If you live in Massachusetts, you may be healthier and have greater access to healthcare providers, according to the latest America's Health Rankings.
Healthcare leaders can expect even more uncertainty over healthcare reform in 2018 and new threats to cybersecurity.
In rural areas of the country, doctors, their assistants and patients feel the effects of a shortage of providers.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is partnering with Walgreens for telemedicine services, starting with a kiosk on Wall Street.
Bias, overt and hidden, remains a barrier that keeps many prospective doctors with disabilities out of the medical field, says Cheri A. Blauwet, M.D.