Here are three reasons why hospitals are turning to NPs and improving patient care in the process.
Patients with severe and persistent mental illness often face limited access to psychiatric and primary care—PAs could change that.
While the pharma industry spends upwards of $2B on patient recruitment every year, a recent survey found half of respondents were not aware of clinical trials.
The most recent new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease was approved by European regulators in May 2002, with the US FDA following suit the next year.
The utilization of technology has allowed for several advances in aphasia rehabilitation for individuals with acquired brain injury.
Some of the survey results were surprising, while others came with little shock, but all of it was very telling about therapy professions as a whole and what the future may hold.
Knowing a few of the specifics about medical billing procedures can go a long way in assuring your patients and providing them better customer service.
Areas with a higher concentration of primary care physicians have much lower spending per beneficiary, higher-quality care, better patient satisfaction, and lower mortality rates.
Today, there is a greater movement towards virtual Continuing Education courses and less emphasis on live seminars, which were so predominant and popular for so many years.
Have you ever felt days where, despite your best efforts, patients just followed their own course? Whether or not this would lead to potentially worse outcomes? These are the days when you “do what you can do.”