How systems and small practices alike can start preparing now.
FDA clears several novel tests under Emergency Use Authorization.
Why physicians have an international responsibility.
Healthful foods are essential not just in terms of protecting us during a pandemic, but also continuing to help protect and optimize our overall health.
Longtime programs become new lifesavers in a time of crisis.
Opportunities will abound in a calmer economic climate, but start thinking of these questions now.
Practicing medicine is more challenging now than ever, but malpractice claims are probably not a major risk.
Remote monitoring starts around $1,500 per patient, whereas hospital admissions cost thousands more.
Risks of abnormal heart complications.
Relaxed regulations make it easier to practice—and get paid for—telemedicine.
Ike Devji, JD discusses what physicians should be doing to protect themselves and their assets during and after the coronavirus pandemic.
A structured, data-driven approach will ensure success.
90 percent of respondents reported dramatic patient reductions, as well as lack of testing capacity and experiences of illness and quarantine.
Ike Devji, JD discusses advice for doctors in the middle of their careers.
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