A study of Chinese healthcare workers may foreshadow the mental health burden placed upon physicians, nurses, and other professionals as COVID-19 strains the medical system in the United States.
When recruiting physicians, small independent practices may need to offer inducements that large health systems might not.
Software that engages patients is gaining in popularity to extend, not replace, healthcare providers.
Gender differences in preferences for control over work-life balance do not account for gap in salary.
However, share of income is greatest among households with lowest income.
Culture starts at the top and employees clearly expect management to lead the way.
Distribution of time spent by providers using EHRs varies considerably within specialty
Caroline O. Pardo, Ph.D., General Manager for Haymarket Medical Education, is pleased to announce that HME, based in Paramus, NJ, has been accredited as a provider of interprofessional continuing education by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, and the American Nursing Credentialing Center.
The American Medical Association is working to improve medical students’ understanding of the financial and economic aspects of providing patient care.
Substantial proportion of US doctors do not get timely notifications, information needed from specialists.