Researchers assessed randomized controlled trials to evaluate the impact of nurse practitioner-led cardiovascular care compared with another cardiovascular healthcare provider.
Vast majority of survey respondents believe regulatory burden is increasing.
Recent research indicates that disparities related to physician race or ethnicity, sex, or disability status may play a role in physician burnout.
Seriously ill Medicare enrollees experience considerable financial distress.
Researchers examined the detailed events of published personal health data breaches for the past 10 years to understand what types of demographic and financial information were compromised.
Recommendations from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine were presented to address clinician burnout.
Social needs and exposure to interpersonal violence are well known to be linked to health outcomes.
Electronic health records may not correctly reflect review of systems and physical examination observations made by emergency physicians.
Healthcare costs in the United States are approaching 18% of the country’s GDP, a figure greater than any other nation in the world. However, according to a 2012 analysis, up to 34% of this spending could be categorized as waste.
Certain sociodemographic factors are associated with rates of passing board exams for general surgery trainees.