Clinical CareExpansion of Emergency Department Telepsychiatry Urged
With an increasing volume of mental health visits at emergency rooms, telemedicine has the potential to improve clinical care and...
NursingHospitals Help Clinicians With 'Second Victim Distress'
More hospitals and health systems are creating second victim support programs to help clinicians cope after adverse events.
Clinical CareMedical Specialists in Demand; Psychiatrist Shortage Persists
Several factors are making specialists hot commodities, including the aging population, lifestyle-related diseases such as obesity, and a shortage of...
Clinical CareTax-Funded Mental Health Programs Not Always Easy To Find
Until there's a central information source, consumers will have to use their research skills, plus a little telephone work.
NursingResponse to Daily Stress Affects Long-Term Health
Dwelling on negative feelings caused by daily stressors leads to poorer health decades later.
Clinical CareNew Collaborative Tackles Clinician Burnout
Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience take their case to Congress
StrategyPhysician Burnout Charter Sets Framework for Change
A new set of guidelines and recommendations helps healthcare organizations establish policies and programs that promote physician well-being.
Clinical CareDocs Worry There's 'Nowhere To Send' New And Expectant Moms With Depression
Depression affects up to 1 in 7 women during or after pregnancy. Among those who screen positive, 78 percent don't...
StrategyHospital Violence Needn't Be 'Part of the Job'
Tolerance may add to problem, expert says.
StrategyPhysician Reporting Not Linked to Fewer Crash Hospitalizations for Dementia Patients
Hospitalized drivers aged 60 to 69 in states with in-person renewal laws were 38% less likely to have dementia than...
InnovationIT Spending Guide: Place Your Bets
Five IT innovations that health leaders can bet on to help their organizations deliver better care.