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With Match Day in the rear view, international students are turning their focus to their academic futures—and their legal ones.
Loyola Medicine will acquire Chicago-based MacNeal Hospital and its related operations from Tenet Healthcare.
President Trump’s decision to end the immigration protection program for young undocumented immigrants drew harsh reaction from the medical community.
Two companies are seeking FDA approval for a new category of “digital medicines” and more health IT news from around the web.
In a reversal of policy, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education announced today that it will allow first-year doctors to work 24-hour shifts in hospitals starting July 1.
Representatives from Illinois hospitals gathered in Chicago to push for organ donation awareness and explain how to help more people get transplants.
Though fears of being deported are eased by news this week that they will retain their protected status, "dreamer" docs still face anxiety about the future.
Some 900,000 practicing physicians, along with millions of other healthcare workers, are caught in a complicated healthcare web that leads to an epidemic of burnout in the medical field.