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 artificial blood being developed in Dr. Allan Doctor’s lab could be freeze-dried into a powder and then mixed with sterile water when needed.
The rapid development of medical technology affects every aspect of medicine and healthcare—even pharmacies are not immune.
Following a year of physical therapy treatment, patients with carpal tunnel syndrome achieved results on par with those who had surgery for the same condition.
A hard look at whether the rise comes from more awareness, better diagnosis—or something else.
Dr. Bertalan Mesko, PhD, discusses 20 technologies that will shape the future landscape of medicine.
Forrester, a research and consulting firm, offers healthcare organizations cybersecurity guidance as 2017 shapes up to be an uncertain year.
Heavy workload, on-the-job harassment by peers, managers are major drivers behind potential exodus, study shows.
There is nothing to give if you start out on empty.