Keyword: Keck School of Medicine
ORLANDO, Fla.—It's only been a year, but Keck Medicine USC has already found success with a new program to engage physicians.
USC administrators began receiving complaints about their medical school dean’s alcohol use more than five years ago, according to the LA Times.
A new report finds cancers associated with being overweight now make up about 40% of cancers diagnosed in the U.S.
The Medical Board of California has suspended the license of the former dean of USC’s medical school after he was tied to illegal drug use.
The Ebola virus can lead to cognitive and physical disabilities, and more research news from this week.
Allegations that a prominent medical school dean used illegal drugs has put a spotlight on the problem of drug use among physicians.
Medical device manufacturers want to develop industrywide cybersecurity standards that would close the risk-benefit gap for connected devices.
In order for value-based payment models to live up to their hype, they must generate more consistent benefits than they have so far.
By paying attention to some basic concepts, physicians can decrease the threat of malpractice suits while improving the quality of care they provide.
As the opioid abuse epidemic continues to rage, new research finds emergency doctors are not a major source for prescriptions of the drugs.