Because there is no cure for Alzheimer’s, PT and OT are about making the patient’s remaining years as wonderful and enjoyable as possible.
Public health officials agree that the next major pandemic will be influenza. Are U.S. hospitals ready for it?
68% of employees at healthcare organizations would share sensitive, confidential, or regulated information under certain circumstances.
It’s Sleep Awareness Week, and if you’re a nurse, you’re probably well aware of how tired you are. Here’s some tips on how to get a better night’s sleep.
Nurses are tapping the vein of social media for networking, gathering and sharing knowledge, and more.
Telehealth companies have long asserted that increased access to physicians via video or phone saves money by reducing office visits.
Financial and productivity metrics are critically important in any business. But for physicians, medicine is a profession, not a business.
Discussing end-of-life wishes is exceptionally difficult, for us as providers, as well as patients. However, if we can give a last bit of dignity to that person in the end of life, we’ve done an extraordinary thing.
You can’t lead if the cards are stacked against you from the start. You can’t lead if the playing field is not level and ours has never been.
In March, Idaho passed the first law in the U.S. allowing pharmacy technicians to administer immunizations.