Researchers found patients who recovered from severe COVID-19 had more than twice the risk of being hospitalized again for an issue such as heart attack, stroke, pneumonia or pulmonary embolism.
Her research has explored the impact of fiscal policies on organizations and the patients they serve.
Patients with Type 1 diabetes reported feeling shame, stigma and judgment in their interactions with endocrinology specialists.
Unless MRSA carriers develop an infection or are tested for the bacteria, they may not even know they carry it, yet they are at significant risk for premature death.
A new study finds male patients who have a single general physician were more likely to receive a prostate cancer screening test during a period when the test was not recommended by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.
Eleven PHHP employees have been named UF Superior Accomplishment award winners in the Health Science Center division.
The college recognized Jacky Scott and Ikiah Young as the 2020 Employees of the Year.
A simple communication technique between doctor and patient could lead to improved health outcomes for patients with diabetes.
The college has selected 13 honorees for its Outstanding Alumni awards.
The team used the Neighborhood Deprivation Index, along with geocoding of primary care providers and endocrinologists, to find areas for strategic outreach.