Reasons for lagging COVID-19 vaccination rates among Black Americans are likely multifactorial. Likewise, responses to promote vaccination need to be multifaceted and community-based.Read More
With changes in reimbursement, additional supportive team and innovations in data and communications, primary care providers are in a better position to manage the health of their patients across the continuum of care than they were a decade ago.
Cleveland Clinic has established an innovative home-based care model designed to prevent repeated hospitalizations and emergency department visits among high-risk patients.
Infectious disease outbreaks like COVID-19 can place considerable stress on caregivers, many of whom play a vital role in the delivery of care — and information — to patients and their families, and within their communities. The American Psychiatric Association published the following tips encouraging caregivers to prioritize their own health during this global health crisis.
Misinformation and unfounded fears about the influenza vaccine persist. Infectious diseases expert Sherif Mossad, MD, shares 12 common reasons why people say no to the flue shot, and how physicians should respond.
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Primary care physicians discuss the unique burdens of internists, the effects of population health and digital innovation and the future of internal medicine.
A Cleveland Clinic team proposes a management algorithm for team decision-making for patients undergoing noncardiac surgery on antiplatelet therapy that takes into consideration whether the surgery is urgent, elective or time-sensitive.
Which patients gain the most from daily doses of aspirin and incur the least risk? Kenneth Cummings, III, MD, discusses what we know about aspirin, and what we still have to learn.
A recent study found that antibiotic prescribing was higher in DTC telemedicine. Primary care physician Mark Rood, MD, puts this data in context and explains how Cleveland Clinic’s Express Care® Online platform assures quality and safety for adults and children.
Immunizations are vital tools in medicine. But many doctors struggle to communicate the benefits to older patients. Learn how every healthcare employee can help spark enthusiasm for vaccinations.
Dr. Sherif Mossad summarizes trends in influenza vaccination components, uptake, use in special populations and the importance of herd immunity.