The 2016 Match was the largest ever recorded by the National Resident Matching Program, with a higher match rate that 2015, according to a report from the American Medical Association.
There are some similarities in expectations and goals for pain patients and physicians, according to a study published online in Pain Practice.
Spending on prescription medications for insured Americans increased about 5% in 2015, with the increase half of that seen in 2014, the Associated Press reported.
Video games can play a role in medical education, offering new methods for teaching medical students, according to a report published by the American Medical Association (AMA).
Demand for medical office space for ambulatory care is at a high point and looks likely to continue increasing, according to an article published in Forbes.