Keyword: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Half of surgical residents say they have experienced workplace mistreatment, but the problem is even worse for women, according to a new study.
In a blog posted Wednesday on NEJM Catalyst, a group of health system researchers decided to give out grades to organizations that rate hospitals.
The fund will be geared toward health discoveries at the Illinois university, officials said this week.
New research published in JAMA shows that a sudden decline in wealth for older adults can lead to a higher risk of mortality.
Seven states saw a third or more of their hospitals punished under the federal heath law’s campaign against hospital-acquired conditions.
What’s old is new again when it comes to house calls. A new push aims to train more doctors to provide in-home primary care.
Mental health experts are beginning to see some value in mobile solutions and digital technology to treat patients with mild depression.
Although it’s best practice for tech companies to tailor their products to the end user, healthcare startups often miss the mark.
Nearly half of family-reported errors aren’t documented in hospital medical records, according to a new study.
Computer algorithms can interpret echocardiographic images and distinguish between two similar heart conditions affecting young athletes.