The neurodiagnostic department of Advocate Aurora Health in Milwaukee was in the middle of a large expansion when the hospital system started admitting COVID-19 patients. Department head, Tabitha Althoff, shares stories from the year.
Increased diversity among neurologists sets up the profession to better solve the complex health problems facing patients, said a Johns Hopkins Medicine neurologist during a talk at an American Academy of Neurology conference.
In the 30 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act passed, providing the best access to online healthcare information has become more important than ever before. Find out how you can make the most of available technology to make your website more accessible.
We spoke with private practice manager David Evans about the challenges of running a private neurology practice during a pandemic. Learn how his practice has continued to thrive with the help of a group purchasing organization.
2020 was a year dominated by COVID and social unrest, putting more stress on physicians already struggling with burn out. Neurologist Jennifer Molano reminds us that sometimes it's the little things that help you get through your day and ultimately make big changes you seek in the new year.
Patients who smoke are more at risk for serious illness related to COVID-19, according to the CDC. For neurologists, this compounds growing evidence that the coronavirus as well as smoking are independent factors linked to neurological disease.