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USC administrators began receiving complaints about their medical school dean’s alcohol use more than five years ago, according to the LA Times.
Johns Hopkins and the Oregon Health & Science University are leading an NIH-funded effort to coordinate informatics activities across the country.
Hospitals increasingly look to doctors and nurses for innovative solutions to care delivery problems.
Programs for patients with serious illnesses are becoming more common, but there are few strategies to measure their quality.
A former Massachusetts General Hospital anesthesiologist has filed a lawsuit in which she says surgeons endangered patients in simultaneous surgeries.
Though healthcare disparities are well-documented, providers and payers haven’t figured out how to link reducing disparities to new payment models.
A global study measuring healthcare quality and access shows striking inconsistencies from country to country and within the United States systems.
Chronic pain management has been in the healthcare industry spotlight in the midst of the ongoing opioid crisis, and one expert argues that the best solution may not include treating patients' pain at all.
Global health spending is projected to increase significantly over the next 20 years, but spending rates will likely vary widely between countries, even those of similar size and gross domestic product, a new study has found.
Interrupting a patient has long been a taboo in medicine. But Larry B. Mauksch, M.Ed., questions the wisdom of that common admonishment.