Health informatics

Q&A: How artificial intelligence could transform health care

Health care has historically been slow to adopt new technologies that involve wholesale changes to the nature of the work. Witness the slow and checkered roll-out of electronic health records and the utter failure of prior ...

Inflammatory disorders

Few studies include photos of patients with psoriasis, finds review

Very few patients with psoriasis are depicted in scientific articles—only a fraction of those included in the research are represented in images. This is revealed by a study from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, together ...


New guide to home-based cardiac care is released

The health care landscape has undergone rapid changes in recent years, requiring clinicians and stakeholders to consider innovative ways to provide care in traditional and non-traditional settings. The American College of ...

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