Here's How To Ensure Productivity Of Your Medical Staff
Doctors, nurses, as well as other medical staff are too often overwhelmed by the utter number of tasks they need to have accomplished in a day, yet it might feel like they are...
53 minutes ago - HealthWorks Collective
Report outlines inequalities in access to healthcare
The European Social Policy Network, which is funded by the European Commission and managed jointly by LISER, Applica and the European Social Observatory, has just published a...
5 hours ago - News Medical
Scholars Take Aim at Healthcare in 2020 Election
Policy experts outline likely reform strategies from Democrats and GOP
17 hours ago - MedPageToday
Machine learning can help healthcare workers predict whether patients may require emergency hospital admission, new study finds
Machine learning can be used to analyze electronic health records and predict the risk of emergency hospital admissions, a new study has found.
18 hours ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
Do High Out-of-Pocket Costs Delay Diabetes Patients From Care?
High-deductible insurance plans delay the time patients take to seek healthcare services, potentially compromising health outcomes for those with diabetes, but the differences...
21 hours ago - Medscape - 2 articles
Actionable Digital Marketing Tips To Grow Your Practice
Let's talk about some actionable digital marketing tips to help you grow your practice. Unlike other businesses, medical practices have relied heavily on word of mouth for a...
22 hours ago - HealthWorks Collective
Healthcare providers - not hackers - leak more of your data
New research found that more than half of the recent personal health information, or PHI, data breaches were because of internal issues with medical providers - not because of...
22 hours ago - ScienceDaily
Poisonous Public Housing; VA's Nursing Home Woes; Illegal Medical Detention
The past week in healthcare investigations
23 hours ago - MedPageToday
A Third Of U.S. Parents Plan To Skip The Flu Shot For Their Kids This Year
Despite last year's deadly flu season, there are still plenty of parents not planning on having their child get the flu shot In 2017, 80 percent of kids who died from the flu...
1 day ago - Scary Mommy
Rules of Engagement: Patient Privacy
Understanding the most likely threats to patient privacy can help protect your practice against breaches and HIPAA violations.By Echo Montgomery Garrett When healthcare...
1 day ago - Surgical Aesthetics Magazine
The headlines of Master Doctor
Nerve Damage in Type-2 Diabetes Prevented by Vitamin B12 Screening
Early detection of vitamin B12 deficiency through routine monitoring of metformin-treated could reduce their risk of developing irreversible nerve damage in type-2 diabetic...
Husband raises £30,000 for wife, 31, with terminal lung cancer in just two days
Leanne Barrett, 31, from Wiltshire, was diagnosed with stage four cancer when pregnant. Doctors delivered her baby, with husband Jamie Barrett, 35, prematurely as her condition...
CDC Says Romaine Lettuce Is Not Safe To Eat Due To E.Coli Outbreak
Just go ahead and throw away all of the romaine lettuce - all of it The Centers for Disease Control is warning consumers about a fresh outbreak of E.coli linked to romaine...
Insulin Use May Increase by 2030 as Diabetes Rates Soar High
New study predicts that the world will need 20 percent more insulin by 2030 to treat Type 2 diabetes.
New Genetic Causes Associated with Abnormal Pregnancies, Miscarriages Identified
New study uncovers genetic causes linked to abnormal pregnancies and miscarriages. Scientists identified three novel genes that are responsible for recurrent molar pregnancies...
Novel Effective Hydrogel Can Help Heal Wounds Faster
Novel injectable hydrogels discovered can be a useful tool for facilitating wound healing much faster.
Tidy teenagers live longer, study finds
Scientists from the University of Rochester, New York, believe that untidiness as a teenager may set bad 'health habits' that 'wear and tear' on a person's immune system and...
Sugar-sweetened Beverages are Harmful as Well as Addictive
Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages can be harmful to your health and may also be addictive, reveals a new study.
Brain Uses Two Clocks to Predict the Future
New study finds that we anticipate the time in two distinct parts of the brain, depending on the task at hand.
The best of the ProBlogger Top 5 lists
As I mentioned yesterday there is a blog writing contest, well kind of a contest going on where people are writing articles on their top 5... whatever they want. I have...