Browsing: April 2020

The business of health care is changing. Does that mean you need a business degree?
Doctors wouldn't think of going without malpractice coverage, but far too many fail to insure themselves against an even more expensive risk. Do yourself and your loved ones a favor and get your disab
In this installment of the Program Director Interview Series we caught up with Eric Steinberg, DO, to learn about the St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Ste
Here's a case you don't see every day: a single dose of over-the-counter cold medicine led to an esophageal perforation, which then resulted in pneumomediastinum.
Emergency contraception is a key intervention when treating sexual assault survivors. Two options are currently underutilized in the ED: ulipristal acetate and copper intrauterine device.
ED vaccination strategies have been successful and reimbursable and are advocated by several major clinical practice advisory groups. So why aren't we offering flu vaccines routinely?
Retained foreign bodies are not uncommon in emergency medicine, but this case presented unusual circumstances as the patient had consulted a Reiki master for a regimen of colon cleansing.
Accidental poisonings account for nearly 70,000 pediatric visits to the ED every year. Which ingestions might be fatal, even at small doses? How will you know what to check in an asymptomatic patient?
Surprise billing has the potential to bruise the patient-physician relationship, harm patients' health, and lead to downstream problems in health care. This complex issue matters more now than ever.
All Emergency Medicine Resident Organizations and Students (AEROS) steadfastly opposes the expansion of GME funding to include non-physician practitioners (nurse practitioners and physician assistants