An emergency medicine physician in Cleveland leads a naloxone-distribution program that has helped reverse 700-plus opioid overdoses..
A family medicine practice created its own diabetes prevention program (DPP). The physician leading the project explains how patients are benefiting.
A survey indicates that physicians 35 and younger share their older colleagues’ frustration with tasks that drive them away from patient care.
Vivek Murthy, MD, says the culture of medicine needs to change. Medical students can provide leadership in that effort.
Self-driving cars could one day make the roads much safer. For now, physicians have an obligation to protect patients and the public from impaired drivers.