As health care providers push to reduce low-value care, they should put more emphasis on assessing unintended consequences, listening to patients and providers, and measuring outcomes, a U-M-led review finds.
Health Care Quality
A new study finds there’s excessive imaging testing being performed in the emergency department. A reduction could save millions in health care costs.
Researchers call for advancements in treatment for a chronic disease that affects millions of women and causes chronic pain, inflammation and infertility.
Good grades and strong test scores? That’s a given. The human side of a candidate counts, too. Here’s what two U-M admissions officers want to see.
Cardio-obstetrics teams are caring for more women than ever before. An expert explains the growing field.
Study suggests that increased hours of education related to caring for transgender patients may not correlate to more competent care.