Women, underrepresented minority (URMs), and lesbian, gay, or bisexual (LGB) medical students most frequently reported mistreatment.
Implementation of Florida’s House Bill 21 (HB21) in July 2018 has led to reductions in opioid use and changes in opioid prescribing practices across the state.
The policy is intended to remain in effect only for the duration of the COVID-19 public health emergency declared by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
National health expenditures are projected to increase at an average annual rate of 5.4 percent for 2019 to 2028, representing almost 20 percent of U.S. gross domestic product by 2028.
Italy’s health care system is highly regarded, having more hospital beds per capita than the United States.
In 2019, there were 187 mass shooting events, most of which occurred closest to a nontrauma center.
Climate change poses a significant threat to global public health by increasing the incidence of novel infectious diseases, as well as the spread of existing ones.
Pharmaceutical companies generated significantly more profits than similarly sized public companies between 2000 and 2018.
A significant proportion of transgender youth may be reluctant to disclose their gender to a healthcare provider outside of a specialized gender clinic.
There is evidence supporting the efficacy of a simulation-based mastery learning program during medical clerkships to prepare medical students for the delivery of bad news.
Guidelines on research ethics review vary significantly between countries, according to study data published in Health Research Policy and Systems.
Hoping to curtail the spread of COVID-19 to the United States, travel from most of Europe will be banned for 30 days.
Travel bans may help reduce the spread of emerging infectious diseases (EIDs), but there are few data to suggest whether these travel restrictions would actually help to control the spread of these diseases in the long term.
There is little to no association between malpractice liability risk and healthcare quality in the United States, according to systematic review results published in JAMA.
Researchers are calling for revisions to laws in the United States restricting physicians’ scope of practice and placing limits on innovation in healthcare delivery.
Michigan’s Medicaid expansion efforts were positively associated with employment and student status among enrollees.
A series of metrics for assessing the quality of medical billing practices was proposed by 2 physicians at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in a viewpoint article.
We make a promise to do good by our patients, but what does it mean to do harm? Should we include socioeconomic harm in this discussion?
Adults in the US who are approaching the Medicare eligibility age of 65 years face important decisions about healthcare and retirement.
According to many investigators, there are deficiencies in Medicare’s current strategy for procedure valuation, as described in a perspective article.