On October 24th, President Trump signed a package of bills designed to confront and combat the nation’s opioid epidemic. On November 2nd, the FDA approved Dsuvia.
2019 is coming, and so is Medicare’s Merit-Based Incentive Payment System. Here’s an easy-to-follow breakdown of what PTs, OTs, and SLPs need to know.
The holidays can be hard on children with sensory processing disorders. Here is a guide of sensory-friendly items your patients’ families might want to add to their lists this year.
Healthcare CEOs took home, on average, a staggering $4,631,579 in total direct compensation in 2017, a .9% increase over the previous year.
Over the past 12 months, health care employment has grown by a staggering 323,000 positions, and October was another strong month for the industry.
Nurses are no strangers to the illness, suffering, and death of others. But how a nurse navigates their own personal suffering plays a role in how they approach life, work, and the overlapping of the two.
After the deadliest attack on Jews in U.S. history, stories emerged about “The Jewish Nurse” who treated the alleged gunman. Now, Ari Mahler, RN, tells his side.
Despite efforts being made to raise awareness of physician burnout, a healthcare analytics company has announced their Physician Misery Index is now a 3.94 out of 5.
Three days before a physician became a victim of the 372nd mass shooting in the U.S. in 2018, the American College of Physicians updated its position on firearms.
A new report from a World Health Organization team indicates that non-physicians, such as PAs and NPs, provide comparable care to that of physicians.