The CDC has issued and updated specific guidance on the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic for health care professionals on its website (accessible here: CDC Coronavirus – Health Care Professionals) and has advised health care facilities and clinicians (including physicians and dentists) to “prioritize urgent and emergency visits and procedures now and for the coming several weeks.” (See: CDC Guidance for Health … Continue Reading
The transportation landscape in America has evolved and these developments are now impacting health care. With about 75 percent of the U.S. population living in a county with access to an on-demand ride-hailing service, many patients are turning to ride-share services, like Uber and Lyft, as a means to obtain their medical care.
The idea of partnering ride-sharing and health … Continue Reading
Alexandra Sobol writes:
A recent Weill Cornell Medicine study is breathing new life into the expression, “time is money.” The study, which was published in the March issue of Health Affairs, reveals that physician practices in the United States in four specialties — orthopedics, cardiology, family care, and internal medicine — spend 15 hours a week, or an astounding … Continue Reading