While prescription registries have made it easier to track down drug seekers, they are not foolproof. Here are red flags you should be looking out for.
A practice is discovering that the universal truth around HIPAA compliance is there is no universal truth. Every scenario is different.
United Airlines unceremoniously booted a physician off his flight and in the process unintentionally taught practices a few valuable lessons.
There are a lot of challenges to opening a practice in a low-income area. However, it's doable — here are some things to consider if you are weighing this route.
Wearing a smartwatch on your wrist to track your health? It can't be used for a credible medical opinion, says this doctor.
Despite an overwhelming abundance of evidence, some anti-vaccine advocates are insistent that they are not safe.
Giving bad news is not fun, but as a doctor, it is something you'll have to do from time to time. Here are some tips on how to do it.
One physician nearly died from a ruptured tumor in her liver. From this life threatening experience, she learned the importance of empathy in medicine.
A recent scenario brought up questions of HIPAA compliance during an emergency, such as patient exhibiting erratic behavior.
Prescribing more medication to a patient isn't always the answer and can be dangerous, as this doctor recently learned.