PAs, NPs, and other medical providers need to assess the health impact of high-impact policing on their patients and to advocate for change.
Investigators reviewed the connection between communication skills and patient satisfaction and offered recommendations for improving the patient-provider relationship.
In 2020, 31.6 million U.S. persons of all ages (9.7 percent) were uninsured, which was slightly, but not significantly, lower than in 2019.
Doctors, nurses, and pharmacists are highly trusted by most Americans, a new survey shows.
There is substantial variation by state in reducing uninsurance for Black, Hispanic, and low-income Americans under the Affordable Care Act.
In their Public Opinion Poll, the APA collected information from 1000 US adults aged 18 and over between March 26, 2021, and April 5, 2021.
Researchers conducted a randomized clinical trial to determine whether targeted messaging could improve the return to in-person visits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The mean amount of medical debt is greater among individuals who live in the South and in ZIP codes in the lowest income deciles.
Racial- and ethnic-minority patients are underrepresented in the outpatient practices of many medical and surgical specialties.
Primary care physicians have been the largest provider of vaccinations for older individuals.