A move to allow pharmacists to administer more vaccines could have a profound effect on adult vaccination rates and vaccine-preventable disease prevalence.
New vaccines that use antibodies to prevent opioids from causing a “high” could help stem abuse and fatal overdoses if human trials are successful.
Experts say rather than a simple rebranding of current programs, CMS is refocusing on the true purpose of EHR use by hospitals and physicians.
The Joint Commission’s “misconceptions” on pain just don’t make sense as many see it as the key to today’s opioid crisis.
A good charge capture system can improve a practice’s bottom line.
A change in RCM technology can improve financial performance with these careful considerations.
Physicians are willing and able to care for the underserved, the needy, and the vulnerable, but are being replaced by lesser trained providers to save money.
It’s not all about compensation for those fresh out of residency. Here’s what they are looking for.
Healthcare’s transition from volume- to value-based compensation means practices will have to transform the way they deliver care if they are to survive.
Internist and cancer survivor Wendy Harpham, MD, on the role of hope in a patient’s recovery from illness and how physicians help foster this emotion.