The summer months bring warmer weather, time off, vacations and … ticks. In the U.S., the transmission of infections that cause tick-borne diseases occur primarily in the spring and summer, when ticks are most active and more likely to come into contact with your patients. Learn more
As opioid-related deaths continue to rise in the U.S., primary care practices are on the front lines of what has become an unprecedented nationwide epidemic.1,2 Learn more
Amid the uncertainty of the current healthcare landscape, one thing remains clear: keeping patients satisfied is essential to both patient health and the health of your practice. It can help boost patient referral and retention, save practice time, and affect reimbursement. Learn more
As healthcare continues its shift from volume- to value-based care, the quality of care that you and your practice provide has never been more important. This focus on quality—and the quality metrics that support it—will not only change the way you care for your patients. It will also change the way you are compensated for that care.
Once the leading cause of cancer death for women in the U.S., cervical cancer is now the easiest gynecologic cancer to prevent—due to regular screening.1 In the last 40 years, routine Pap smears have helped to significantly reduce the number of cervical cancer cases and deaths in the U.S.2