The #MeToo moment is prompting women in medicine to speak out about sexual harassment in hospitals and health systems.

Many rural Americans struggle with access to care, but air ambulances are a potential solution to the problem. 

Once seen as elusive, cumbersome and even impossible, electronic data exchange is finally coming into its own.

Some organizations have established physician coaching programs to improve patient satisfaction scores.

In the drive to improve patient safety, healthcare leaders may not pay enough attention to the safety of their workforce.

Healthcare unions look poised to chalk up two major wins in high-profile negotiations with California hospitals.

A new study out of UCSF shows an Apple Watch-AI combination can accurately predict Afib in a subset of patients, but real-world challenges remain.

UMCC violated patient 's rights and patient safety regulations when they discharged the woman in only her hospital gown.

President Trump's opioid plan includes a nationally interoperable PDMP, a provision that drew support from health IT and drug experts.

Banner Health anticipates it will receive negative findings from an active OCR investigation into a June 2016 cyberattack.