Patient outcomes for robot-assisted surgical procedures may not be better than surgeries performed the old-fashioned way, a study has found.
Patients who seek information online and discuss their healthcare treatment choices on social media platforms feel better about their decisions, according to…
Nearly 30 percent of pediatric readmissions may be preventable, a study published in Pediatrics has found.
General wellness apps and devices won’t face tough scrutiny from the FDA, as long as they only promote general wellness and present a low safety risk.
Public Citizen filed a lawsuit this week to close a loophole in the National Practitioner Data Bank reporting system.
In need of a strategy to deal with unexpected surges in the emergency department, a Florida health system controlled the volume by combining triage with…
Many physicians unsatisfied with their salary or hours will pursue a job at another practice. But Troy Fowler, vice president of recruiting at Merritt Hawkins…
As drug prices continue to rise, deals in the pharmaceutical sector continue at an intense pace.
Some companies are charging patients to be in clinical trials.
Most states still do not provide price transparency to consumers, a new report finds.