The American College of Physicians' position paper on ethical and professional use of electronic communications comes at the perfect time.
The summer surge in COVID-19 cases has primary care clinicians caught between re-opening safely, addressing rebound care, and planning for flu season.
Hand sanitizer products contaminated with methyl alcohol have caused serious adverse events, including hospitalization, blindness, and death.
Medicare beneficiary use of telehealth services reached nearly 9 million as COVID-19 shut down on-site visits. Will the options be permanent?
Parental doubts about efficacy drive flu-shot hesitancy, according to a new survey, and impact routine vaccination rates, as well.
Data on physician malpractice rates are broken down across type of practice ownership, gender, age, geographic region, community type, and more.
Which of your patients will use telemedicine now? What type of care will they seek via telehealth? How many would much rather see you in person? More insights from a new survey.
Physicians shared what ancillary services they provided most often in 2019 and how they earned secondary income, in the Medical Economics 91st annual Physician Report.
Physicians break down how much they earn across a variety of criteria, including practice ownership, gender, age, community type, and more.
Patients trust their doctors but are reluctant to visit any medical location, even for needed care, a new survey shows. More, here,on shifts in attitudes and behavior.