Ultimately, machine learning is human learning. They are not independent, they are intertwined.
Investigators sought to evaluate the effects of soy supplementation or topical application on dermatologic outcomes.
Investigators assessed the use of different combined oral contraceptive pills for the treatment and management of polycystic ovary syndrome, as an update to recent evidence-based guidelines.
Contracting with outside firms to handle medical billing can be a smart financial move for some medical practices.
A real-world study explored clinician adherence to the 2017 GOLD guideline recommendations for COPD as well as rates of ICS/triple therapy prescription.
Experts describe how ChatGPT and other AI technologies will transform health care and research.
Researchers are developing interactive health data visualization software for large multi-touch displays.
Limited access to advanced airway training in graduate programs for PAs limits credentialing in this profession.
Researchers examined perceptions and attitudes among adolescents regarding COVID-19 vaccination.
Researchers examined the approach general practice clinicians take in the diagnosis and management of insect bites and cellulitis.
Patients believe that PAs can be part of the solution to the health care crisis in the US.
It is never too early to start planning for retirement, especially for people entering the medical field.
In a recently published study, the prevalence of burnout ranged from 45.6% in non-clinical staff to 56.0% in nurses.
Researchers sought to evaluate Medicare reimbursement and clinical activity between men and women dermatologic surgeons.
Approval of the modified Opioid Analgesic REMS is expected in 2024.
Investigators report promising results with an AI algorithm that can identify and distinguish between 2 heart conditions that challenge even expert cardiologists.
Ransomware attacks are on the upswing due to the advent of novel technology platforms.
Across a statewide academic health system in California, telehealth use cut down on travel distance, time, and cost and reduced the number of injuries and deaths from motor vehicle accidents, according to investigators.
The benefits that industry-supported learning opportunities might bring to medical education are discussed.
Physician retirements and challenges in recruiting and retaining staff are among the reasons medical practices are struggling with staff shortages.