Providence Health System announced that it is in the early stages of turning its 408-bed hospital in northwest D.C. into a multiuse, walkable campus.

The Human Diagnosis Project might have the newfound support of the American Medical Association, but physicians are slightly more skeptical.

A cardiologist pleaded guilty Wednesday to defrauding the Veterans Affairs program by billing for hundreds of procedures he never performed.

The largest independent physicians group in Illinois aims to get even bigger with a $1.45 billion investment from a private equity firm.

When patients remind doctors about hand hygiene it improves compliance rates, but physicians don't necessarily welcome the suggestion.

Express Scripts will roll out a new program that will limit opioid prescriptions for first-time users.

These tools may better inform patients about their condition and treatment options, but few patients may take advantage of them, experts say.

The more stress an ER physician experiences, the more likely he or she is to make a mistake, a new study finds.

Physicians using technology to supplement in-person care may not be seeing the benefits they expect.