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Utilizing International Radiologists in US Hospitals

There are thousands of international radiologists who are capable of composing clear and intelligible reports for hospitals in the United States.

Physician Burnout: Expanding the Solutions

Although there has been growing awareness of physician burnout in recent years, the problem has continued to increase.

Reducing Overcrowding in the Emergency Department

Overcrowding in the emergency department is a complex multifactorial problem borne of a fundamental supply-and-demand mismatch.

Psychology Behind Weight Loss Supplements

Restricted-calorie diets and increased exercise regimens produce an extremely wide range of weight loss outcomes.

Preparing Your Patients for Natural Disasters

For patients with cardiovascular disease, the stress of natural disasters can increase the risk of adverse events.

The Placebo Effect of Sham Surgery

Sham surgeries result in positive outcomes for the patient more often than expected.

Expert Opinion: Legalization of Physician-Assisted Suicide

Authors of recent position papers provide their opinion on the legalization of physician assisted suicide.

DACA End Affects Medical Student Dreamers

Following the end of the DACA program, questions linger among undocumented medical residents and students now facing possible deportation.

Latest Features

Exploring the Long-Term Effects of Head Injuries on Mental Health

Exploring the Long-Term Effects of Head Injuries on Mental Health

Mental health assessments may be a helpful aspect to the presport evaluation if those in need have access to care.

Addiction Policy Expert From Obama Administration Addresses the Opioid Epidemic

Addiction Policy Expert From Obama Administration Addresses the Opioid Epidemic

Keith Humphreys, PhD, who served as senior policy advisor at the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy in the Obama Administration, shared his views on the opioid epidemic.

Changing the Culture of Publication Bias in Neurology Research

Changing the Culture of Publication Bias in Neurology Research

The need for data transparency carries an ethical and moral obligation and requires nonselective and unbiased publication of clinical results.

Latest Blogs

Protectionism of In-House Radiologists at Hospitals in the United States

Protectionism of In-House Radiologists at Hospitals in the United States

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There are thousands of international radiologists who are capable of composing clear and intelligible reports for hospitals in the United States.

Medicare: A Barrier to Health Care?

Medicare: A Barrier to Health Care?

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Medicare guidelines can be narrow, rigid, and not always practical, making it difficult to obtain certain resources for patients.

Hurricane Irma and Heart Disease: A Killer Match

Hurricane Irma and Heart Disease: A Killer Match

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For patients with cardiovascular disease, the stress of natural disasters can increase the risk of adverse events.

Alarm Fatigue: The Balance of Being a Physician and a Father

Alarm Fatigue: The Balance of Being a Physician and a Father

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A physician contemplates the relationship he has with his children and his father.

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