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Primary care physicians pushed to breaking point as more than half report no payments

Primary care physicians have been pushed to the breaking point in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A new survey conducted between May 8-11 by The Larry A. Green Center and the Primary Care Collaborative shows that 84% of clinicians report having severe or close to severe stress, and 28% say burnout is at an… Read More »

Hard to tell how common sesame allergy may be – Physician’s Weekly

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) – Roughly half of children and adults who say they’re allergic to sesame don’t have a history of convincing symptoms, a U.S. study suggests. Researchers examined data on 78,851 children and adults and found that 102 kids and 149 adults had a convincing sesame allergy based on experiencing at least… Read More »

How the cloud impacts the day-to-day lives of physicians

The multiple tools cloud-based technology enables are having a radically transformative effect on healthcare provider organizations, which simultaneously is affecting physicians – and not always for the good. While the cloud brings improvements in efficiency and can help streamline formerly time-consuming tasks like data entry or medical research, the consumer-facing applications providers now are expected… Read More »