University of Southern California
USC administrators began receiving complaints about their medical school dean’s alcohol use more than five years ago, according to the LA Times.
A new report finds cancers associated with being overweight now make up about 40% of cancers diagnosed in the U.S.
The Medical Board of California has suspended the license of the former dean of USC’s medical school after he was tied to illegal drug use.
UnitedHealth is involved in a pilot program with Lyft that aims to use technology to improve seniors’ lives.
People who are happy are more likely to stick with wellness programs that include wearables, according to a new study.
The Ebola virus can lead to cognitive and physical disabilities, and more research news from this week.
Sixty percent of consumers are interested in virtual medical care, according to a new survey, especially following a hospital stay.
Since Keith Hobbs took over as CEO of USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, the hospital has made quality improvement strides.
Alleged drug use by the former dean of USC's medical school has brought to the forefront the question of random drug testing for doctors.
Washington-based CHI Franciscan Health launched a virtual hospital where 200 doctors and nurses help care for a wide range of patients.