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Older physicians, males, and those with osteopathic degrees were more likely to be excluded from insurance due to fraud from 2007 to 2017.
A lot of patients aren’t completely honest with their doctor and withhold medically relevant information from clinicians, according to a new study.
The University of Southern California reached a $240 million settlement in a suit accusing its student health center gynecologist of sexual abuse.
Health and Human Services is seeking to create a legal definition of gender, plus more healthcare headlines from around the web.
Health researchers and advocates have identified a number of potential solutions that could tackle the problem at the federal or state level.
A group of California hospitals halved maternal deaths. Here are some of the actions they took that may have contributed.
A Florida dermatology practice has agreed to a settlement to resolve allegations it violated the False Claims Act, plus more physician practice news.
Panelists at the 2018 AHIP Institute & Expo in San Diego say much more can be done to prevent costly chronic diseases.
A conversation with George W. Bush and a session on end-of-life care with Atul Gawande highlight the this year's AHIP Institute and Expo keynotes.
Health leaders are calling on CMS to expand reimbursement for remote monitoring services, plus more physician practice news from around the web.