In the Education-Centered Medical Home program, Feinberg students learn to provide primary care to vulnerable populations living in Chicago.
A quality improvement program significantly increased the proportion of patients who were appropriately prescribed blood thinners for atrial fibrillation at hospital discharge.
Northwestern faculty translate cardiovascular discoveries into clinical guidelines for the nation.
Most patients who report a penicillin allergy are in fact not allergic, and verifying allergies before resorting to less-effective antibiotics can improve outcomes and avoid the spread of antimicrobial resistance, according to a review in JAMA.
Americans with primary care received significantly more high-value care and reported better patient experience and healthcare access, compared to those without primary care, according to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine.
A new study published in The BMJ illustrates the scale of inappropriate antibiotic prescribing in the U.S. outpatient setting, with the most comprehensive estimates to date.
Northwestern Medicine professionals treated nearly 1,000 patients as part of a medical mission trip in late September.
Northwestern scientists specializing in HIV and AIDS gathered to share their experiences during a panel held December 3, to commemorate World AIDS Day.
Teens and young adults with cancer get support from a special oncology program. Read the story in Northwestern Medicine magazine.