Only one in four Americans believes the U.S. government’s role in funding research is irreplaceable, according to a study by ScienceCounts.
The FDA established the Patient Engagement Advisory Committee in a move to broaden patient engagement and strengthen patients’ voice in regulatory activities.
Creating a patient journey map can be one way to put yourself in your patient’s minds in order to create a better patient experience.
The right technology in the PT gym can help successfully prepare clients of all kinds to get back to their regular lives safely.
Solutions should reduce the burden of repetitive data input that now takes place and enable seamless ways for clinicians to talk to each other, experts say.
With the AMA’s Integrated Health Model Initiative, health care and technology stakeholders can work together to address data needs around costly and burdensome areas such as hypertension, diabetes, and asthma.
There is increased diversity in gender and race/ethnicity within the nursing workforce, according to a new study.
Based on current trends, it’s estimated that 64% of nurses in acute care hospital units will have a degree by 2020—falling short of the 80% goal.
Doctors who do not meet the technical criteria of capability often feel that excess paperwork, weak staff, and inefficient operations make it more difficult for them to provide optimal care.
A patient’s insurance dictates which hospitals they must use, which specialists they’re allowed to see, and so on, yet physicians are expected to contain costs.