Michael VanRooyen, M.D., once had a young soldier in Zaire put the barrel of a machine gun in his mouth. So he knows what other doctors might face as he trains…

You might not think medicine and improvisational theater can share the same stage. But that's not what medical students are saying.

One in 10 people with Alzheimer’s disease in 2013 had a hospital stay that was preventable, to the tune of as much as $2.6 billion in Medicare costs each year.

Despite the push back from industry leaders and lawmakers who urged for a year's delay of the information, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid…

Mandatory telemedicine training, doctors who embrace the services and evolving programs are examples of how providers can integrate the technology fully into…

The cloud is shifting the role of hospital IT departments from installing and running systems to coordinating and managing a growing suite of services.

For performing artists, the support of a good physician can be as important as it is to a professional athlete, according to a story published by the USC Keck…

Advanced practice clinicians are among the fastest growing occupation in the U.S. labor force.