Widely adopted in the US when pandemic precautions kept people home, telehealth faces a challenge as insurance coverage changes, right when its popularity had surged.
When a celebrity, politician or other influential person checks in, a health care team can feel pressured to give in to a VIP's wishes.
COVID-19 patients are spending weeks in intensive care units, isolated and alone, knowing they have a disease that doctors don't fully understand. It's a recipe for post-traumatic stress disorder.
Delaying medical care comes at a cost, both human and financial. The patients some emergency rooms have been seeing are a lot sicker and more likely to need hospitalization.
The only way to know if a medical treatment actually works is with a randomized-controlled trial.
When you receive a medical bill you didn't expect – even though you're insured. And it's still happening, even in time of COVID-19.
As the number of people hospitalised with COVID 19 rises, so do the number of people wanting to visit their sick loved ones. Who can visit?
Not everyone who wants a telehealth consultation with their doctor over the next six months will be eligible for one.
Our research uses artificial intelligence to unblock hospital beds and helps doctors and nurses to know quickly which patients are safe to go home.
Health care, immigration and trade have been hot topics during the campaign and are likely to come up during the fifth Democratic debate.
Despite protective apology legislation across Canada, many doctors and other health-care professionals remain too afraid or ashamed to apologize after medical errors.
Artificial intelligence holds great promise for medicine, but safeguards are needed to ensure it does not harm patients.
Participants of clinical trials can easily communicate online, which poses a big problem for medical researchers.
Each year, inspectors visit Australian hospitals. But they're less like secret shoppers who identify flaws, and more like guests of a carefully orchestrated performance. This needs to change.
There were 325,000 mobile health apps available in 2017. But while the digital health revolution is exciting, its rate of development is posing challenges for patients and healthcare professionals.
Comics often portray those with dementia as abnormal or less than human.
To improve wait times for surgery, Canada needs to fix its health-care system. Developing a national seniors' strategy would be a good place to start.
Half of all patients diagnosed with cancer in the UK still die of the disease.
Creative appointment scheduling minimizes in-office waiting for physicians and patients.
We need to ensure cancer research addresses what matters most.