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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.
Diagnostic errors can occur when doctors aren't "calibrated" to make the right decisions.
Researchers at the University of Chicago will build a cloud-based software system to help curate pediatric cancer data.
As the new CIO of Stanford Health Care, Eric Yablonka intends to focus on predictive analytics and tap into innovative partnerships.
Patients with advanced cancer have a heart attack survival rate of less than 10%, plus more healthcare research news.
Hospitals are retooling their approach to emergency care to better address the needs of an aging population.
Arguing that AI has reached it’s “peak of inflated expectations,” Stanford researchers say healthcare needs to focus on practical applications.
From Kaiser Health News: A new JAMA study examines how drug rebates can direct money to middlemen and force Medicare patients to cough up more money.