The stress-related toll of the pandemic is relentless. Anxiety, depression, increasing drug and alcohol use, sleepless nights, and suicides are sweeping across America. According to a Kaiser Family Foundation survey, more than half of Americans [...] Read more
At first glance, the future of primary care may seem unpredictable. For the most part, however, it will probably be an acceleration of changes already underway prior to the pandemic. Whatever the future has in [...] Read more
First-year medical students spend many hours in the laboratory where they learn human anatomy by sight and touch, a memorable hands-on experience that lasts a lifetime. But this year, things will be different. Thanks to [...] Read more
The coronavirus pandemic has been a particular challenge for America’s frontline health providers — primary care physicians. This brings up the age-old question: Are we facing a shortage of primary care physicians? Some projections seem […]
Overwhelmed by the number of coronavirus patients who died on her watch, Dr. Lorna Breen, an emergency medicine physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital, took her own life. Tragically, her dedication and despair pushed her […]
Before the coronavirus outbreak leading to devastating COVID-19 infections, telemedicine struggled to become more than a niche industry. Hampered by government restrictions and reimbursement issues, telemedicine was never fully embraced by most doctors, patients, or […]
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