Galvanized by a unique funding opportunity, a cross-disciplinary team of an engineer and emergency medicine physicians combined forces to combat traumatic brain injury.
The medical community widely recognizes the stresses physicians face. Now it is time to take measurable steps toward changing the profession.
After defining the scope of sexual harassment in medicine, a physician says sharing stories and a national reckoning offer hope for progress.
As States Explore Medicaid Work Requirements, Study Shows Most Enrollees Either Already Work or Can’t Work
Work requirements proposed in some states would probably apply to only a small group of Medicaid enrollees and may disrupt care for the chronically ill.
Ocular surgeries are steadily shifting away from hospitals, a move that offers convenience and financial perks. But questions of safety and accessibility remain.
Few people with HDHPs proactively ask about or search for lower-cost care. This suggests opportunity for insurers, employers and health care providers to help.