Treating all aspects of a patient’s health, not just the reason they sought health services, will be essential to helping patients maintain and improve their health status after the coronavirus outbreak subsides. Two whole-person health advocates explain why.
Hospital and health system execs can learn from the COVID-19 experience and carry it over into their day-to-day management style when things get back to normal.
Slowing or even reversing climate change is a global responsibility, and that responsibility begins with you at your healthcare facility. Two healthcare sustainability experts explain why and reveal what you can do about it now.
Food allergies have been on the uptick in the past few decades. Learn how two families are dealing with severe food allergies and what they’d like to see in the future. Hear from an allergist about currently available treatments and what might be coming soon.
Dr. Steve Ozer explains why a high-temperature sintering furnace may provide invaluable efficiencies for many dentists.
Learn how one technology is making a host of new diabetes technologies possible
With a few practices and tools, you can maximize the health of your legs and feet.
Find out how you can reduce the risk of adhesive-related skin injuries.
Providing great care to patients is a source of joy for both doctors and nurses. But the list of things stealing that joy away from you seems to be getting longer by the day. You can get it back. How? Three experts reveal their secrets to making the practice of medicine enjoyable again.
We’re creating ways to protect young teeth and give little patients the royal treatment.
3M™ Single Patient Tape Rolls are helping nurses treat patients, one roll at a time.