The grand rounds podium is a coveted perch in medicine, a place where clinical leaders showcase their expertise—it’s also one women don’t reach as often as men.
Harvard and MIT economists analyzed data regarding the contribution of physicians from banned countries to the health care workforce in the U.S.
The moment we open our mouths to speak, we are judged.
Treating pain is challenging, but doing what we have always done will not move us to better care with these individuals.
The latest statistics come as authorities in several parts of the United States grapple with opioid and heroin crises.
The challenge is figuring out how to get more minorities into the field.
Extended hours, same-day appointments are fine, but not nearly enough to give today’s consumers the convenience and access they demand.
For hospitals, a seemingly innocent Facebook or Instagram post from a clinician can quickly turn into a cybersecurity vulnerability.
One oncology infusion nurse offers her thoughts on the ACA.
One of the most challenging lessons new leaders learn is that not every battle is worth fighting.