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Hospitals across the country are embarking on construction projects to expand and enhance their facilities.
A new poll shows more Americans are afraid of paying for their healthcare than becoming seriously ill.
Oregon Health & Science University will require aspiring doctors to pass a tough new test in compassionate communication.
A new study from Rice University suggests retraining staff could cut patient mortality by 13%.
The number of children hospitalized for opioid ingestion continues to increase despite efforts to curb the opioid epidemic.
University of Chicago Medicine has reduced pressure injuries by 83% since "Countdown to Zero" launched in 2014.
Instead of ignoring patient discrimination against doctors, more hospitals have adopted guidelines to address the issue.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against HHS to block cuts to the 340B drug discount program.
Despite the common perception that the uninsured are more likely to visit the ER, new research contends that isn't actually the case.
An experimental emergency room triage program that coordinated care with multiple departments at a Chicago hospital dramatically cut wait times.