The government agency says that eligible deductions include PPE bought since Jan. 1, 2020
Computer access to digital health information varies by race and ethnicity, a study found.
Numbers of health care personnel intending to get and receiving vaccine increased as rollout unfolded
Researchers assessed the impact of medical scribes on operations in a pediatric clinic, including the effect on clinician productivity and workﬂow efﬁciency.
In most clinical settings, ipsilateral UAL after recent COVID-19 vaccination is benign finding; clinical follow-up recommended
American College of Cardiology workgroup recommends improving gender diversity in the workforce, research, and medical education
“It has been over a year of constant trauma. It has been over a year of not sleeping.” How are healthcare workers managing their mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic?
A sizable minority of older adults have used leftover antibiotics for a nonintended purpose, according to recent research.
Spring is around the corner, and with warmer temperatures many physicians are eyeing new training regimens. Before you hit the pavement or get on that bike, it’s best to build a good strength base first. Not only does a stronger body help maximize the value of your new program, it also aids in avoiding the…
Results of a recent study suggest possible factors that need to be considered when preparing patients for hospital discharge.