Past coverage expansions were associated with little or no change in society-wide hospital use; increases in groups who gained coverage were offset by reductions among others.
Use of non-hospital-based provider-to-patient telehealth grew almost 1,400-fold from 2014 to 2018.
Brand-brand competition in the U.S. pharmaceutical market has not lowered drug list prices.
Nearly two-thirds of actively practicing physicians are still carrying medical school debt.
Findings of this study suggest that most Medicaid beneficiaries who would be included in community engagement programs in Kentucky already meet activity requirements.
Machine learning can classify participants into levels of expertise with 90 percent accuracy in a virtual reality neurosurgical tumor resection simulation.
Spending associated with essential medicines grew substantially from 2011 to 2015 for Medicare Part D beneficiaries.
Symptoms of burnout seem to be associated with greater explicit and implicit racial bias among resident physicians.
The author investigates the use of a regional state unrepresented patient advocacy committee as an alternative to appointing legal guardians or using physicians as decision makers.
Professional coaching can reduce emotional exhaustion, improve overall quality of life, and build resilience among physicians.