States that allow doctors to treat a patient’s sexual partner without an in-person visit may find more success lowering rates of sexually transmitted diseases.
The Magnet Recognition Program® isn’t a prize or an award. It’s a performance-driven recognition credential.
The annual Digestive Disease Week conference presents research across a range of GI specialties. Here’s a look at some of 2017’s standouts.
The number of women receiving immediate postpartum IUDs or implants has increased dramatically in recent years. But research shows access to such services is unequal.
In light of advancing fetal diagnostic capabilities, a team of U-M physicians is working to improve the decision-making process for families facing complex decisions about their unborn child’s care.
As palliative care and hospice use grow and cost pressures continue, new studies probed variation in care and referrals — and found opportunity.