In business, you must treat customers fairly and kindly if you expect them to return. The same goes for medicine, writes Arnold Melnick, DO.
How can we balance supply and demand in primary care? One potential solution could be to revive the general practitioner.
Medical history tells us that much of what we “know” to be true today may be proved false in the future.
“We have the same basic goal as the U.S. Navy but with a different target,” a PCOM professor writes.
To control future outbreaks, the authors propose a series of improvements in public health, community education and acute care.
Millions of Americans are already reaping rewards from the health reform law, writes HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
"Studying outcomes will help lower the chance that physicians will be wrong," writes the AHRQ director.