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In a recent study, core antimicrobial interventions were effective in helping to lower the use of antibiotics in four North Carolina community hospitals.
The latest miracle machine in modern medicine—the use of which has skyrocketed in recent years—is saving people from the brink of death.
Five major health systems are teaming up with one of North Carolina's largest insurers to launch a new value-based care program.
AMITA Health, a Catholic health system, plans to cut its ambulatory care locations in Illinois in half—from 250 to 125—over the next two years.
Former first lady Barbara Bush’s announcement that she is seeking “comfort care” is shining a light—and stirring debate—on end-of-life care.
Hospital patients are still interested in chaplain services, even as fewer people identify as religious, plus more healthcare headlines.
After hearing arguments Thursday, a judge is weighing whether two elite universities had an agreement not to compete for medical faculty members.
A new app developed by two healthcare systems will let parents of children with complex medical needs to share medical information with new providers.
There is a wide-ranging list of reasons why patients may struggle to adhere to a medication regimen, so providers must target each individual’s needs.