How health care organizations can best support communities they serve
Health care organizations need to be aware of the role they play in supporting the economic and social fabric of the communities they serve.
Teens, pregnancy, confidentiality: 4 tips to navigate the waters
Adolescent pregnancy is risky and can be a fraught topic in the exam room. Emphasize confidentiality to send the conversation in the right direction.
6 keys to improve AI for treatment choices
Physicians offer six ways to overcome challenges of credibility and adoption facing augmented intelligence-supported clinical decision-support systems.
What to tell patients when AI is part of the care team
The rise of AI creates a novel set of ethical challenges that must be identified and mitigated, such as the question of how to properly inform patients. This is what physicians should know.
Trisomy 21 in prenatal screening: How to talk with parents
Prenatal test results indicating a high chance of Down syndrome can be hard to discuss with patients, as can related pregnancy outcomes. Discover four tips to help guide these challenging conversations.
Asking children to donate bone marrow: 5 must-meet conditions
The numerous ethical concerns surrounding organ donation are made more complicated when the prospective donor is a child. Find out the right questions to ask in such situations.
3 ways wearables can go beyond fitness to advance care
Beyond keeping workouts on track, wearable digital devices have been shown to help prevent strokes, initiate treatment sooner and assess recovery.
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