A new Stanford University School of Medicine study sheds light on how physician burnout impacts medical errors.
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A neurologist and autoimmune expert at UT Southwestern shares insight into using large biobanks to understand and treat this rare autoimmune disease.
A Canadian study considers whether concerns over a link between the HPV vaccine and autoimmune disorders have merit.
Find out what’s in store for remote patient monitoring in a new CMS broad package of payment and policy changes for home health agencies.
A new Aetna study has surprising findings about how people are looking at their healthcare holistically and are seeking ways to improve well-being.
A study from Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health finds an interesting link between high blood pressure in pregnancy and cardiovascular risk factors later in life.
Older adults are still struggling to use patient portals to engage with their healthcare providers, according to a survey conducted in March 2018 by the University of Michigan and AARP of 2,013 adults ages 50 to 80 years.
A nonprofit organization is helping turn the tide on readmissions in North Carolina. The small steps it’s taking are resulting in big differences.
Access to medical records is key to building patient engagement. Here’s why some patients are struggling to access their own data.
Here are 13 things healthcare executives must ask before making a technology investment, according to experts.