Finding the time to volunteer your services to underserved populations or in times of crisis may be one way to help you escape from your day-to-day burdens.
How do you ask patients about end-of-life wishes? Kimberly Spering, MSN, FNP-BC discusses her experience with having this crucial conversation.
As the primary care physician shortage looms, and PAs and NPs are constantly called “the answer,” it seems patients are unaware of what they can even do.
The Trump administration proposed a new rule this week which demands drug makers disclose list prices for medications in their TV commercials.
A spike in cases of children with a rare neurological disease that causes polio-like symptoms has health officials scrambling to understand the illness.
The results of a long-awaited study has found that telehealth saves providers nearly $3K per patient when used for post-discharge knee replacement PT.
Despite campaigns by the therapy community, and the government, to loosen the grip of opioids in the U.S., patients still expect them after surgery.
Anthem is being held accountable, to the tune of a record breaking $16,000,000, for cyber attacks that compromised protected health information.
Two medical and health sciences and services fields of study were ranked in the top 10 most valuable college majors according to a new survey.
Though nurses are well-educated and intelligent, they are cited as expert sources in health news stories less than 2% of the time, according to a new study.