Racially and ethnically underrepresented family physicians report a lower frequency of emotional exhaustion and depersonalization than non-underrepresented peers.
Patients of Canadian female physicians have lower mortality than those of male physicians when adjusting for hospital and patient characteristics.
At skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), staff size, including staff members not involved in resident care, is strongly associated with COVID-19 outcomes.
A joint opinion from the ACC, AHA, ESC, and WHF highlights the issue of burnout as one of most common negative barriers to clinician well-being that needs to be addressed for the provision of high-quality patient care.
Pediatric clinicians spend significantly less total and after-hours time actively using electronic health record (EHR) systems compared with general medicine and family medicine clinicians.
Investigators evaluated the impact of interventions including infectious disease consultation, addiction consultation, case management, and medications for opioid use disorder on clinical cure and retention in addiction care for individuals experiencing homelessness.
The American College of Rheumatology Committee on Rheumatologic Care released an updated position statement on patient safety and site of service for biologics.
The FDA is concerned that obtaining falsely low test results may lead to inappropriate follow-up assessments, which may result in patient harm.
During 2015 to 2017, physician knowledge was associated with less frequent prescribing of opioids for back pain.
Patient engagement strategies appear to yield few return visits upon reopening during COVID-19 for patients who cancelled in-person care during the earlier portion of the pandemic.