In a recent bulletin, the federal Office for Civil Rights suggests steps that practices can take to protect patient data.
Brittany Weber, MD, and Steven Vlad, MD, discuss the safety of Janus kinase inhibitors among patients with psoriatic arthritis, based on available literature.
A PA re-envisions the pain scale to include follow-up questions that would provide more tangible measurements.
Researchers evaluated clinical trial data and drug databases to provide updated recommendations on antimicrobial dosing for patients with obesity.
In light of Rare Disease Day 2023, Yusuf Yazici, MD, and Peter Grayson, MD, discuss the various aspects of rare disease research and management, including the associated challenges in diagnosis, treatment, and patient care.
Annual pay, growth potential, and cost of living are among the important considerations of deciding the best place to practice medicine.
Is it realistic to add point-of-care ultrasound training to the curriculum of entry-level PA programs or should this be taught in a CME, post-graduate, or fellowship setting?
A central objective of addressing moral distress is to permit clinicians to effectively perform their professional functions and thus better help patients.
Robyn Tiger, MD, radiologist and founder of StressFreeMD, talks about physician burnout and strategies for addressing stress-related illness.
Consensus recommendations were developed, based on expert physician insights, for the management of systemic sclerosis-associated interstitial lung disease.