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Experts say technology will take a leading role in both monitoring the spread of opioids and flagging patients who are at risk.
DirectTurst CEO David Kibbe will step down from his role by the end of 2018 and Health Net's refusal to comply with a vulnerability audit raises questions.
A judge said Olympus failed to properly disclose internal emails that raised safety concerns about a redesigned medical scope as early as 2008.
A simple, five-minute intervention can make all the difference in patient satisfaction rates at hospitals, according to a new study.
In Charlottesville, Virginia, a doctor talks about how he reconciles his personal feelings with his professional responsibilities.
Although the opioid epidemic is getting worse, a panel of experts says it’s still possible to stem the abuse of prescription drugs and other substances while continuing to provide patients who suffer from chronic pain access to pain medications. But it will take years to undo the damage.
Mentors can play an important role for medical students, but those students also give back to the doctors who help them.
The floors and sinks in hospital rooms may pose infection risks, ones that could be overlooked when trying to control the spread of disease.
Workforce shortages continue to plague the healthcare industry, among both doctors and nurses. However, thinking outside the box can help hospital leaders fill those gaps.
As children head back to class, school systems in Virginia are gearing up to make sure pupils get the healthcare they need by setting up telehealth centers.