Keyword: American College of Surgeons
Half of surgical residents say they have experienced workplace mistreatment, but the problem is even worse for women, according to a new study.
Following two mass shootings, seven leading medical organizations have said "enough" and called for action to prevent gun violence.
The American College of Surgeons has developed new standards to improve surgical care for older patients.
Under its Medicaid expansion, rates of patient screening for colorectal cancer (CRC) in Kentucky have increased dramatically, a new study found.
Too many barriers block medications that treat opioid use disorders.
The practice of doctors performing overlapping surgeries is safe for most patients, but high-risk patients might be the exception, a new study found.
American hospital bills are littered these days with multiplying fees, many of which don’t even exist in other countries.
Overlapping surgeries is a controversial topic, but a new study has found that in some cases there's no difference in patient outcomes.
Federal prosecutors are investigating the billing practices of a world-renowned surgeon who performed concurrent surgeries.
Experts say more trauma centers do not necessarily improve a hospital's ability to respond to a mass casualty event.