Our conference coverage is from the Society of Hospital Medicine's annual meeting, Hospital Medicine 2019, which was held in March in National Harbor, Md. ... And speaking of conference coverage, next month's issue will be all about Internal Medicine
Engaging patients and families in care was the focus of a whole session at the conference, led by Dr.
While psychotherapies are effective treatments for some digestive disorders, stigma around both functional gut disorders and mental health diagnoses limits uptake, both for physicians and patients.
Expanding coverage to patients 51 to 65 is likely to be a valuable investment for the United States,” Dr. ... Reimbursement is so complicated, in fact, that 57% of the physicians reported asking their patients to check on their own coverage.
Our conference coverage is from the American Epilepsy Society's annual meeting, held in Philadelphia last December.
Cancer patients want information, but not in a way that makes them lose hope. Effective shared decision making and risk communication strategies can help.
Finally in conference coverage, read an in-depth feature from the University of San Francisco's annual Management of the Hospitalized Patient conference, held in San Francisco in October, discussing why
Probiotics are becoming more prevalent in both consumer and health care settings, but the excitement is tempered by problems, including how to define what is and what isn't one.
Our conference coverage in this issue tackles resistant hypertension, which was the subject of a session at the American Society of Hypertension's annual meeting this May in New York City.
For heavier patients, interacting with the health care system (judgmental clinicians and the ever-present scale) can be downright daunting.