Seniors that consistently see the same physician in an outpatient setting are more likely to avoid an emergency room visit.

More health centers are opening in schools across the country, bringing care directly to students, staff and families.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ star-ratings system has already been the target of considerable criticism, and a new study finds that the…

State medical boards make it surprisingly easy for doctors accused--or even convicted--of sexually abusing their patients to keep practicing, according to a…

For the first time ever, the U.S. surgeon general has reached out in a letter to all of the country’s doctors with a message about the opioid epidemic.

A Johns Hopkins research team is building a model for health providers to use when a disaster occurs by asking the public which patients should take precedence…

In a rebel-held town in Syria cut off from humanitarian aid, smartphones and apps are lifelines for the two medical workers trying to help its residents.

Rule changes to the federal PACE program have led to a flood of for-profit firms and private equity firms into the space.

Further scrutiny isn’t moving the needle on medical errors in Massachusetts, where the rate of preventable errors grew 60 percent last year, according to The…