Topic: Physician Practice
A recent digital health conference highlighted the ongoing obstacles to using next-generation technology to impact health outcomes.
A Florida healthcare executive was sentenced to 20 years in prison Thursday after he was convicted in a $1.3 billion fraud case.
Many experts say there’s a simple piece of advice physicians should give to patients about vaping: Stop.
To get widespread acceptance, work needs to be done to validate and build trust in AI. Most critically, AI needs to build trust with clinicians and patients.
As Congress takes a close look at prior authorization, payer groups are defending the practice, which they say is a crucial tool to control costs.
Hundreds of healthcare groups urged Congress to pass a bill to reform the prior authorization process for Medicare Advantage patients.
In a victory for doctors, a North Dakota judge ruled that a state law cannot force physicians to give patients false information about abortion.
Female pediatricians still earn less than their male colleagues, according to a new study.
Emergency physicians see their share of patients who end up in trouble because of opioid use, but encounter obstacles to providing optimal care.
Healthcare providers who need to connect with patients have more competition than ever in grabbing their attention. These five steps can help.