Researchers are studying whether using engineering based tools, such as math, physics and computer algorithms can be integrated into medicine to help doctors predict medical conditions and deliver better diagnoses. So reports U.S. News World Report.
Physician burnout continues to be a problem in the medical community. So reports Modern Healthcare.
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education is set to issue new shift guidelines for first year medical students. So reports The Washington Post.
In 2014, 54% of physicians reported feeling burned out. So reports Hospitals and Health Networks.
Almost 30,000 patients of a Texas hospital may have had their medical information compromised. So reports Healthcare IT News.
Teladoc, a remote healthcare platform, is partnering with the Red Cross to provide telemedicine services in disaster areas. So reports Fierce Healthcare.
The results of a recent report, entitled "Medscape's Physician and Patient Attitudes Toward Technology in Medicine," show how patients feel about technology. So reports Becker's Spine Review.
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