At your last doctor’s appointment, you may have noticed that the experience hasn’t really changed over the last few decades. In fact, with doctors constantly typing and clicking, it may have actually worse.
Everyone has heard of the Israel-Palestine conflict. Everyone knows it's bad, that it's been going on for a long time, and that there is a lot of hatred on both sides. But you may find yourself less clear
Less than a decade ago, nine out of 10 U.S. doctors updated their patients' records by hand and stored them in color-coded files. Today, nearly half of all office-based physicians type their clinical into
Physicians have more to do these days and it has nothing to do with treating patients. Although staff shortages and increasing need for care are time consuming for providers and add responsibilities, real
The NHS needs to change. As the costs of healthcare escalate, huge efficiency savings need to be found through improvements in quality and productivity with the spotlight rightly on elderly and vulnerable
The Obama Administration has made improving the quality and efficiency of the health care system a priority. Already we have put in place new payment and care models that reward doctors and hospitals providing
Ed. note: This is cross-posted from The Health Care Blog. See the original post here. We continue to see progress in improving the nation’s health care system, and a key tool to helping achieve that goal