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The technology behind electronic health records is improving as patients and providers demand easier ways to interact.
2/4/2016 6:30:30 AM
A two-pronged approach to help curb the frightening surge in prescription drug and heroin-related deaths puts communicators and providers front and center.
2/3/2016 6:30:40 AM
Four million people could be infected with the virus this year. Global health leaders—criticized on how they handled Ebola—are taking swift action to curtail the spread.
2/2/2016 6:30:30 AM
For the first time in six years, provider recommendations on mental health have changed. Publicity around the mandate—and stigma—is evident on the U.S. campaign trail and in Canada.
1/28/2016 6:30:31 AM
The mosquito-borne condition that’s linked to serious birth defects has spread from Hawaii to several other states. Health care providers must have resources to educate their communities.
1/22/2016 6:30:29 AM
Some 50 years ago, Dr. King shed light on the inequality of health care for African-Americans. Communicators can honor the civil rights leader’s legacy by improving community outreach.
1/18/2016 6:30:30 AM
Could Google predict an outbreak of a sexually transmitted disease or other health ailment in a particular geographic area?
1/6/2016 6:30:30 AM
A growing number of consumers are readily accessing medical information on mobile devices and tablets. How is your organization handling remote communication?
12/21/2015 6:30:38 AM
Amid claims from pediatricians and parents that thousands of kids have been exposed to dangerous levels of the poison, Flint’s mayor takes action.
12/16/2015 6:30:30 AM
YouTube says the top 10 viral videos this year have generated more than 25 million hours of viewing time. What does this mean for brand managers?
12/16/2015 6:29:19 AM
A news-oriented website brings in patients and draws journalists’ attention to Cook Children’s in Fort Worth, Texas.
12/10/2015 6:30:34 AM
Nearly one-third of primary care doctors and nurses haven’t heard of PrEP, the daily pill that can stop the spread of HIV. How can communicators help?
12/7/2015 6:30:31 AM
Communicators, public health agencies, researchers and providers continue to spread the word about how to stop the spread of the virus.
12/1/2015 6:30:30 AM
Though hospitals are considered life-saving facilities, let’s not forget they are also businesses that rely on patient retention.
12/1/2015 6:29:40 AM
We’ve all heard a flight attendant calmly ask over the public address system if there’s a doctor on board. Reactions vary, especially for those who work in health care.
11/19/2015 6:29:30 AM