Before answering, be forewarned it is kind of a trick question.
For both adult and pediatric patients, asthma is one of the more common diagnoses we encounter in our clinics, EDs, and hospitals. And despite our best efforts to encourage Continue reading
Aspirin use in gout patients can be challenging. Indeed, aspirin embodies the yin and yang of medical practice. At low-doses, it can be cardioprotective but it also blocks urate excretion by the kidneys. At higher doses Continue reading
Partnership HealthPlan has always encouraged and promoted high quality care for our members. We encourage excellence in care through our Quality Improvement Program (QIP), a program which is very familiar to all Continue reading
The Society for HealthCare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) recently published their expert guidance for Healthcare Personnel Attire in Non-Operating-Room Settings. Admittedly the role of attire in Continue reading