ERs in New York City generally performed up to task in a series of drills testing their preparedness for communicable diseases, a new study shows.
The Senate HELP committee turned its attention to health industry leaders yesterday at its last hearing on ways to stabilize the ACA marketplaces.
Catholic hospitals are growing in number and so is their impact on reproductive services, according to new research.
Some oncologists take payments from pharmaceutical companies but never disclose their conflicts of interest when they mention the drugs on Twitter.
To improve employee engagement and job satisfaction, WellStar Health System began a multiyear transformation into an “employer of choice.”
He never did become an ER doctor. Michael Munger, M.D., yesterday began his term as president of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
The use of big data and community and provider outreach are all components of Blue Cross Blue Shield plans' strategies to address the opioid crisis.
Sewage leaks are just one of the many problems at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, a newspaper investigation found.
A District of Columbia health system will debut a program this fall aimed at improving training for emergency physicians.
Researchers have come up with an eight-item checklist to help physicians identify clinical guidelines they can use in their practice.