There’s a new development in the mobile world that could end up helping with that ever-present problem of the interminable emergency room wait time. Hospitals and developers across the country have started releasing emergency room wait time apps, which broadcast the...
Join us for the Primary Care Development Corporation's 20th Anniversary Reception on Wednesday, Oct. 9, 6–9 p.m. at Three Sixty (10 Desbrosses St., New York City, between Hudson & Greenwich Streets). We will honor members of the original PCDC Work Group as well as...
International non-profit Heart to Heart International and Welch Allyn are sending two medical students on a medical mission trip in 2014. Part of their Ripple Effect program designed to encourage medical students to give back to their...
In this issue of Test Prep Corner, provided in affiliation with the authors of First Aid, powered by USMLE-Rx, you'll find information on the USMLE-Rx/AMSA Scholarship Program as well as tips on how to deal with all of the advice you are getting about taking the boards and...
There’s a new development in the mobile world that could end up helping with that ever-present problem...
A doctor's work may be objectively meaningful, but all those long hours could be taking a toll on his or her own well-being and work-home balance, according to new research.
A new study has found that patients are more likely to have magnetic resonance imaging scans that indicate nothing is wrong if they are referred by a doctor who owns the machine. The scientists conclude that doctors with a financial interest in the machines may be more likely...
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