What diseases are your patients most concerned about? To determine each state’s most googled disease, TermLife2Go.com cross-referenced the top diseases with national Google Trends data.
Physicians can use the following tips to facilitate frank, honest, and productive conversations about sexually transmitted infections with patients.
Rethink what you say, and how you say it, as a way to garner employee trust.
Common errors physicians make when it comes to protecting their wealth and managing their risks.
Healthcare providers and staff should ensure they create a non-judgmental, welcoming and inclusive environment for their patients.
Time is the currency of our careers and our lives. Here are four ways to use it wisely.
How modern technology can help with understaffing.
A look at the interconnectedness of reputation management, patient engagement and value-based care.
Advice for how to go solo — and be successful.
Hospitals across the country are purchasing private practices even though patients prefer AND receive better care from independent physicians.
Patients have a growing number of options for care, so providing a personalized end-to-end experience is no longer optional.
The latest study from YouGov found that most Americans are concerned about the increasing trend of hospital consolidation.
During a recent trip turned nightmare, a doctor finds parallels between her frustrating ordeal and the patient experience.
The way you apologize may have different implications, depending on how providers say it.
EHR interoperability is a great idea in theory, but the reality leaves much to be desired.