3 misconceptions about what drives medicine’s gender pay gap
Oft-told explanations of why male physicians earn more than their female counterparts overlook some key facts.
How diseases get defined and why it matters
What’s in a name? A lot, in fact. Explore examples of how naming in health care can affect treatments, payment and the patient experience.
3 EHR information-blocking tactics that can harm patients
Electronic health record-vendor contracts may contain clauses that block information sharing on improving usability and patient safety research.
What your patients must know about direct-to-consumer lab tests
The direct-to-consumer testing market’s value will reach $350 million soon. Patients should think twice before getting tested without physician guidance.
Northwestern’s stroke care goes on the move for better outcomes
The Chicago area mobile stroke unit gives neurologists a 30-minute head start during the “golden hour” to save lives and enable quicker rehab.
How health care myths can hurt patients
The online mountain of health content hasn’t put a damper on the proliferation of false beliefs. What should physicians do to stem the tide of medical myths?
5 things you didn’t know about health care cybersecurity
Criminals value medical files because of the amount of exploitable information they hold. An AMA survey has uncovered these keys you need to know about health care cybersecurity.
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