Physicians who write a script for themselves, or their friends and family, risk a suspended license—unless they have a record of proper documentation.
Some room-temperature drugs are approved to spend up to 24 hours in temperatures from as low as the upper 50s to as high as 104 degrees. But scientists just don’t know how a number of medications respond to more extreme temperatures.
How to keep to your license and stay out of prison. Advice from the front lines of the DEA's war on prescribers.
In its latest attempt to unravel the ACA, Republicans unveil a proposal to transfer federal healthcare spending into state block grants.
More than likely you have a smartphone. But, are you using it to the fullest extent of its capabilities? There are literally millions of apps available, with thousands of them being dedicated to health. Here are a few of our favorites.
The acquisition will align Athenahealth with the one of the most popular mobile apps for doctors.
What tech tools are other practices using? What would they pass up if they had a do-over? Help us to help you find out by completing our 2013 Technology Survey.
Pediatrician Helene Hubbard lays out her first term if elected U.S. president with a focus on the nation's younger residents.
Are you making the switch to paperless prescriptions? Here's guidance on preserving patient safety.
Here's how Stage 2 of CMS' EHR Incentive Programs differ from the rules for Stage 1 to achieve meaningful use.