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Handling wearable data remains challenging for physiciansExperts predict an increasing number of patients will want, and need, to share data generated from devices, forcing health IT to find ways to keep up.
The real ROI of immunizationsVaccinating my patients almost killed my practice last year. I
Telehealth can aid population health growth in rural areasNew study highlights the challenges of taking care of rural patients and opportunities for rural providers to utilize telehealth.
Small practices can have big impact on population health programsAs communities build their population health infrastructure, one expert says small practice physicians are ideal partners to solve health issues.
EHR documentation challenges remainStudies show documentation remains a significant pain point for physicians, but technology developments on the horizon deliver hope for improvements.
Do quality measures disillusion young doctors?If patients are going to hurt the practice’s financial bottom line by causing adverse scores, are they patients we want to continue to serve?
Marriage, children cause more burnout for female physicians
Marriage, children cause more burnout for female physiciansBy now, we know that women physicians have higher rates of burnout than their male counterparts, with increased levels of depression and suicide.
DAAs dramatically increase HCV cure rates among veteransThe introduction of direct-acting antiviral agents has transformed hepatitis C care among veterans.
Multiple DAAs provide quality care for HCV patientsMultiple oral direct-acting antiviral agents show great promise in treating the vast majority of hepatitis C patients.
Early marker of renal decline discovered in diabetes patientsMonitoring of arterial stiffness could be a potential target for prediction of renal decline in younger type 2 diabetes patients.