- – Stanford Medicine WellMD Center YouTube
Well-being Progress at Stanford: Hospital Medicine's New Staffing Model
With the onset of COVID-19, Stanford Health Care (SHC)’s Division of Hospital Medicine faced an increase in patient admissions, which were already high after the recent opening of 500P. SHC and the division responded to this upward trend in patient volumes — which continued even after COVID infection rates began to decline — with a series of interventions that reduced physician’s clinical work burden, ensured patient access, and allowed more time for faculty physicians to focus on teaching and research...
- – Ensuring Access To Generic Medications In The US
Ensuring Access To Generic Medications In The US | Health Affairs Forefront
Each new generic entry drives down the cost of generic medications. Unfortunately, this pricing model has helped to create severe strains in the generic drug market over the last decade.
- – USA TODAY
COVID has been hiding another epidemic. We have to do more for our opioid patients.
The COVID-19 pandemic's ebbs and flows have hidden the growing presence of another widespread disease: Opioid dependence and abuse.
- – The Mercury News
New record lows for California COVID hospitalizations. Will it stick?
The number of patients with the virus at California hospitals reached a new low this month since the start of the pandemic, with just 611 reported on July 2.
- – Stanford Medicine News Center
Screening during IVF for inherited diseases greatly reduces costs of care
Stanford Medicine researchers find that using in vitro fertilization with testing embryos for inherited diseases would significantly reduce costs.
- – DoM YouTube
Fountain of Creativity or Pandora's Box | Dom Grand Rounds
During this Grand Rounds, experts discuss "Fountain of Creativity or Pandora's Box? Large Language Models in Healthcare: From Concept to Application." Presenter: Ron Li, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Hospital Medicine, Jonathan Chen, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine - Biomedical Informatics.
- – NPR
Some cancer drugs are in short supply, putting patients' care at risk. Here's why
"We have a market that's totally just focused on price" at the expense of safety and ensuring availability, says Dr. Kevin Schulman, a professor of medicine and business at Stanford University.
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