New research has shown hiring APRNs to lead nursing home care teams can improve the way facilities handle “basic” needs such as mobility, hydration, medication management, and communication.
Opioid manufacturers, drug distributors, and pharmacy chains continue to get hit with lawsuits alleging they fueled the nation’s opioid crisis through deceptive marketing and negligence.
Advocates will descend upon Washington, D.C. on September 13th and 14th to discuss the economic and health impact of research supported by the NIH.
For the child with sensory challenges, the classroom can be an overwhelming place—OTs can help ease their struggle with these strategies.
Our profession naturally has many different treatment techniques, but at the end of the day, it is our reasoning approach that we should value over the technique itself.
4 key principles hospital and health system leaders should follow for success.
Despite having more financial “skin in the game” than ever, many consumers don’t make any attempt to compare prices for health care services, a newly released study found.
Laughter reduces stress, boosts the immune system, and is good for the heart, and using humor to have fun at work builds a sense of community within the team.
The small things that we do for everybody can actually add up and create a huge effect.
Physicians often strive for “work-life balance,” but how do you define it? Family physician Sara Taylor, MD, shares some tips.