There’s not only a health gap widening between urban and rural areas, but also a growing gap between the way systems of health work in different areas of the country.
Slowly but surely, technology is invading every workplace in America. Now it’s nursing’s turn.
A look at how well-developed critical thinking skills in nurses can positively impact patient outcomes, as well as their colleagues.
Dr. Noel Lumpkin discusses a practical how-to guide into the world of locum tenens.
New research yields surprising similarities in attitudes and priorities for both doctors and patients.
A meeting with a nurse practitioner prior to discharge could improve the discharge process for patients.
Last week, I geared up for a tremendously difficult patient—one that was facing the last vestiges of life, fraught with battling metastatic cancer.
Or so says a study published recently in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Whether lending a hand during therapy interventions or helping tackle mountains of paperwork, therapist assistants can boost your practice’s productivity.
Hospitals have seen reductions in uncompensated care and overall improved financial performance.