- A new study
from researchers at Harvard University found female doctors easily
outshine their male counterparts in at least one critically important
way: Fewer of their patients die.
- After examining Medicare data tracking
1,583,028 hospitalizations, scientists determined patients of female
physicians enjoyed “significantly lower mortality rates” and readmission
rates, along with fewer ER visits.
- According to the study, men and women’s vastly different approaches to practicing medicine likely account for the disparity. Read more