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Patients who present sepsis usually have multiple coexisting conditions and many are eligible for hospice care.
A growing body of evidence indicates that cheaper, human-derived insulin is as clinically effective as analogue formulations.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday instructed administration officials to investigate how to prevent surprise medical bills.
Moving Medicare Part B drugs into Part D could bring down drug spending, but may also boost out-of-pocket costs for some, according to a new study.
Persistently high-cost Medicare patients are younger, members of minority groups, dual-eligible for Medicaid or suffer from end-stage renal disease.
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It’s said that researchers could never evaluate the efficacy of parachutes for jumping out of airplanes. Then someone set out to prove them wrong.
Breast implants—used for both reconstructive and cosmetic surgeries—give a glimpse into how hospitals mark up prices of medical devices to increase their bottom lines.
A new study found that 16.6% of all healthcare professionals in the U.S. in 2016 were not born in the U.S. and almost 5% are not citizens.
The Trump administration stopped action last year to update standards for accessible medical treatment within the Americans with Disabilities Act.