Keyword: Boston Medical Center
It's never just lunch, say researchers who found that relatively small pharmaceutical payments had an undue influence on physician prescribing behavior.
Are hospitals choosing subpar candidates to fill positions in the midst of a labor shortage?
Housing instability is a common problem for patients who seek care at community health centers.
At Boston Medical Center, a key strategy in recruiting and retaining frontline workers is recognizing what they do.
Surgeons have developed a strategy to help keep postsurgical patients from misusing or abusing their prescription painkillers.
A new study found that one in 12 physicians has received payments from drugmakers that sell prescription opioid painkillers.
What’s a person’s health got to do with wealth? Turns out a lot, which is why doctors are trying to help low-income patients with their finances.
Few patients have an advance directive in place, a new study finds, indicating that the industry must address barriers to completing these documents.
Engineers at Boston University are working with local hospitals to manage heart disease and diabetes using algorithms.
A neurosurgeon who raised concerns about concurrent surgeries at a hospital in New York state has won a lawsuit.