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Monday, January 20, 2020

Physician Assistants

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4 Talking Points to Share with Patients Using Wearable, Health Tech

As wearable health tech explodes in the market, questions remain about its accuracy and safety. Here's what to tell patients.
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Critical Care Resuscitation Center Boosts Survival Rate Over ICUs

A specialized intensive-care center helps critical patients receive life-saving treatment faster.

Support of Vaccines Has Fallen 10 Points Since 2001: 4 Strategies for HCPs to Flip This Trend

After 2019's measles outbreak, the news about the American public's perception of vaccines is hardly surprising.

See the Emotional Image Challenging Perceptions of Patient ‘Noncompliance’

It may even convince you to stop using the word "noncompliance" altogether.

Average APP Salary Has Increased Since 2017 — But Still Not as High as...

Unlike that of physicians, the average annual income for advanced practice providers has wavered from year to year.

These are 5 of the Biggest Problems with How Advanced Practice Providers are Compensated

As APPs gain more autonomy, they administer care in an increasingly similar way to physicians. But the way that employers pay them hasn't caught up.

The ICU vs. ED: What Pays Better?

Check out the average salary for RNs, NPs and PAs working in the ICU and ED, and see how it compares to the national average.

New Research Reveals Another Reason to Keep Burnout at Bay — Your Heart Health

If it wasn't enough that burnout can ruin your career and personal life, new research shows it condition can also harm your physical health.

10 New Year’s Resolutions Every Healthcare Worker Should Make

As you head into a new decade, we encourage you to choose a few resolutions that can help you be a healthier, happier version of yourself.

No, You Can’t ‘Make Up’ Lost Sleep: 8 Tips to Get More Before Work

When nurses don't get enough rest, the implications are greater than for other professionals.

11 Tips for Clinicians Interested in Trying Out Intermittent Fasting

When clinicians think about trying intermittent fasting, they often worry about lapses in energy. But one expert says it actually has the opposite effect.

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