Most medical school graduates leave school carrying debt. Here’s what you can do to better manage your student loan debt.
Feeling physically and emotionally exhausted? You’re not alone. Pull out your smartphone and download these 5 essential meditation apps.
Social media has become a popular networking and marketing platform for oncologists. Here’s what to do and what not to do on social media.
Social media can be a valuable tool for oncologists. Here are 5 tips to make the most of it.
In serious breach cases, the HHS Office for Civil Rights may impose CAPs to prevent breaches from recurring.
If you are sharing data with other HIPAA-covered entities or those with whom you have a business associate agreement, a range of data can be shared comfortably.
The expectation of doom that came with the move to ICD-10 was nothing short of the hoopla surrounding Y2K.
Patients who self-reported symptoms via a web-based interface experienced fewer hospital and emergency department visits and stayed on chemotherapy longer.
Twitter is a great way for oncology professionals to interact with their peers and patients, and CTA has recommendations for some feeds you should be following.
Cancer care costs are becoming a significant problem; however, a new tool may help oncologists assess how patients will be affected by treatment expenses.