Doctors are taking on some concierge clients and maintaining other clients who access their care through traditional insurance.
Is medicine with a side of mysticism still medicine? Hospitals affiliated with Yale, Duke, Johns Hopkins, and others seem to think so.
The grand rounds podium is a coveted perch in medicine, a place where clinical leaders showcase their expertise—it’s also one women don’t reach as often as men.
Harvard and MIT economists analyzed data regarding the contribution of physicians from banned countries to the health care workforce in the U.S.
The challenge is figuring out how to get more minorities into the field.
Medical students looking to score high on their board exams sometimes get a bit of uncomfortable advice: Embrace racial stereotypes.
There’s a fundamental shift towards patients having more control of their data and more say in how those data move.
Concrete steps that can be taken to make patients more comfortable in the exam room.
Some ER doctors are three times more likely than others to prescribe opioids.