Business
288 views

Six Tips To Help You Provide Better Patient Care

Anita Ginsburg - July 22, 2016

Many physicians and medical professionals are often busy throughout the day caring for a significant number of patients. Unfortunately, this…

Steering Patients Away From Cyberchondria [INFOGRAPHIC]
Medical Ethics
202 views
Medical Ethics
202 views

Steering Patients Away From Cyberchondria [INFOGRAPHIC]

bwallace - July 20, 2016

Smartphones are great. They give us directions when we are lost and keep us connected to our friends and family.…

Speaking Up for Patient Safety
Hospital Administration
188 views
Hospital Administration
188 views

Speaking Up for Patient Safety

Michael J Jones - July 6, 2016

It’s happened to many of us. We show up for work, get our reports, and realize that we cannot safely…

Obama’s Precision Healthcare Initiative Ushers in a New Age of Medical Marketing
Business
305 views
Business
305 views

Obama’s Precision Healthcare Initiative Ushers in a New Age of Medical Marketing

Jonathan Catley - June 8, 2016

Just as healthcare treatments are becoming increasingly personalized, medical marketing efforts will soon be highly tailored to individual needs. Just…

Medical Ethics
223 views

Are Melodic Intonation Therapy and Rhythmic Mechanisms Enough to Legitimize Music Therapy?

andrewheikkila - May 19, 2016

Music has its roots in mysticism, magic, and religion--but is there something scientific behind the power of rhythm and pitch?…

The Three Cs of Physician Reputation Management
eHealth
201 views
eHealth
201 views

The Three Cs of Physician Reputation Management

tknight8756 - May 19, 2016

Have you ever Googled your name or the name of your medical practice and observed the top-ranking search results? Well,…

Should the FDA Approve Experimental Treatment for Severe Diseases?
Medical Ethics
154 views
Medical Ethics
154 views

Should the FDA Approve Experimental Treatment for Severe Diseases?

Michael Kirsch - May 9, 2016

I’ve never had the pain and agony of having a kid who is truly sick.  Broken bones and minor surgeries…

Medical Ethics
2153 views

Telemedicine Is Growing, But HIPAA Concerns Remain

jennacyprus - May 3, 2016

When telemedicine first debuted, its primary goal was to reach patients in rural areas suffering from doctor shortages. Doctors could…

Hospital Administration
230 views

Staying Healthy in Philadelphia’s Hospitals

SWigrizer - May 3, 2016

Grey’s Anatomy. ER. Scrubs. General Hospital. St. Elsewhere. Chicago Hope. Just a few of the many television shows revolving around…

Medical Ethics
139 views

Overhauling Medical Malpractice to Address Defensive Medicine

David Mann - April 27, 2016

Much of modern life in Western civilization has its roots in ancient Greece. From sprawling concepts such as democracy, geometry,…