Tag Archives: Improving

Primary Care Is Integral To Improving U.S. Healthcare, But Is Falling Further Behind – Forbes

In this April 9, 2019 photo, Dr. Megan Mahoney, left, examines patient Consuelo Castaneda at the Stanford Family Medicine office in Stanford, Calif. Rapidly evolving technology and a surge in options like walk-in clinics or urgent care centers are creating many new front doors to healthcare instead of one main opening through the doctor’s office.… Read More »

Medical News Today: Exercise boosts well-being by improving gut health

Both bacterial diversity in the gut and regular exercise are important when it comes to health. But how are the two related? A new study uncovers the effect that exercise has on our health by adjusting the balance of the gut microbiome. New research finds out how exercise could support bacterial diversity in the gut.… Read More »

Hospital execs admit lack of readiness for Ebola in 2014, but defenses improving

Dive Brief: Hospitals were unprepared for the 2014 Ebola outbreak, but have improved preparations for an emerging infections disease outbreak, according to a new report from the HHS Office of Inspector General. However, hospitals administrators remain concerned about “sustaining preparedness over time,” including worries about finances and competing priorities for resources and staff time. In response… Read More »