3 overlooked ways to make your private practice more efficient
Conduct better team meetings, plan ahead for smoother patient visits and make prescription renewals a once-a-year task.
4 keys to address high BP, stroke among your black patients
The risk of having a stroke is nearly twice as high for African Americans as for whites. This is how physicians can help black patients control high BP and prevent stroke.
Next step in telehealth could be surgery rehab led by an avatar
Pilot study finds technology widely liked by patients for in-home rehab after joint-replacement surgery, and outcomes are roughly similar.
Nanoethics: It’s time for big thinking about nanomedicine
Innovations in nanotechnology have revolutionized how we think about disease diagnosis and treatment at the cellular level. This is what physicians should know.
Automated office BP readings offer a chance for patient education
Learn how a federally qualified health center shifted focus to improve its rate of hypertension control.
How home monitoring and patient coaches led to 91% BP control
A pilot study that combined high technology with high touch reports success in helping patients with hypertension get their BP under control.
Empathy: A critical ally in battling physician burnout
Strengthen communication with messages to patients and colleagues that come from the heart. Learn more about this medical group’s innovative use of physician empathy training.
3 questions to ask patients when measuring blood pressure
Here are three questions physicians should ask to improve blood-pressure measurement and control in their patients.