Keyword: Harvard Medical School
Research finds that empowering midwives could significantly boost maternal and infant health in the U.S.
ACOs have an obligation to help patients just as much as they are obliged to streamline care.
The healthcare system needs new ways to educate and train providers, says a former Harvard Medical School dean.
Almost half of physician practices may be missing out on an opportunity to generate revenue by providing annual wellness visits to Medicare patients.
Hospital groups will soon get their day in court in a case against HHS over cuts to the 340B program.
Hospitals that save money through 340B discounts don't necessarily use those savings to improve care, a new study finds.
Doctors' groups are dropping opposition to medical aid in dying—a move that helps pave the way to legalization of physician-assisted death.
A Boston doctor accused of sexual harassment and bullying stepped down from two additional positions.
Bias, overt and hidden, remains a barrier that keeps many prospective doctors with disabilities out of the medical field, says Cheri A. Blauwet, M.D.
Savings for MSSP accountable organizations may not be driven by better coordinated care for high-risk patients, according to a new study.