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White patients are more likely to be transported to the closest emergency department than their black or Hispanic counterparts.
Despite the need for more primary care doctors, graduates of U.S. medical schools are becoming less likely to choose to specialize in that field.
Implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) improved access to healthcare for cardiovascular patients, according to a new study conducted by Harvard Medical School.
When the Surgeon General issued an advisory calling for more people to carry naloxone, proponents were almost giddy. But the drug is expensive.
Some of the largest health systems in the country are bridging financial gaps through stocks, mergers and other investments.
A new study found that one in 12 physicians has received payments from drugmakers that sell prescription opioid painkillers.
Engineers at Boston University are working with local hospitals to manage heart disease and diabetes using algorithms.
Societal issues in the U.S., such as systemic racism, poverty and mass incarceration, contribute to health inequity, a new series of studies has found.
Most doctors say they are unprepared to intervene when they find out a male patient is being abusive to a partner.
From Kaiser Health News: Aetna will be the third major insurer to remove prior authorization requirements for patients who seek medication-assisted treatments such as Suboxone.