The program is a bold effort to gather data over time from more than 1M people living in the U.S., with the ultimate goal of accelerating research and improving health.
Researchers say these results offer further evidence that a combination of this technology and rehabilitation may help patients with spinal cord injuries regain control.
Of the millions of Americans suffering from back pain, there are an equal number of possible treatments and technologies that we, as physical therapists, need to explore and administer.
Hospitals can adopt billing strategies from retail stores to improve the patient experience and support consumer-centered healthcare.
Quality medical staff can be difficult to find. However, following these suggestions can make it easier to find and recruit caregivers you can rely on.
Many of us are nurses because we’re caring people, and when someone asks why we became a nurse, we might say something like, “Oh, I like to help people”. And that sounds nice. But we know there’s more to it than that, don’t we?
As a nurse, a healer at heart, you may have watched with wide eyes as people were pulled from the floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey on the news, and felt just a little bit helpless, itched to be on the “front lines.” There are ways you can help.
Dr. Shafi Ahmed, M.D. saw the potential of Google Glass to help teach surgeons in locations where they may not have as much exposure to more complex or novel medical procedures.
56% of doctors registered either strong support or were somewhat supportive of a single-payer health system, according to a recent survey.
Without an effort from both sides of the aisle, America’s health system may be pushed past the breaking point.