Keyword: Vanderbilt University
It turns out the age of a physician does influence the likelihood patients will have a complaint—but it might not be the result you thought.
Las Vegas hospitals were overwhelmed Sunday night by the hundreds of victims from Sunday’s mass shooting the worst in modern America history.
Bribes paid to a state health administrator are central to one of the biggest healthcare fraud cases to date, according to federal authorities.
As the healthcare industry shifts its focus to outpatient care, providers are moving into facilities that are in locations closer to patients—like shopping malls.
Emergency room visits increased in states that expanded Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act, but more of those patients had insurance.
Vanderbilt opened an ICU recovery clinic in 2012, and it’s taking the lessons it’s learned to launch a network of similar clinics nationwide.
Poorly designed electronic health records are the bane of many doctors’ existence, so it’s no surprise they have ideas about how to improve them.
Privacy concerns have limited text messaging in healthcare, which is a shame because it offers "unprecedented convenience."
New research finds that surgeons who are rude and disrespectful to patients are more likely to make mistakes in the operating room.
Scientists worry that reports President Donald Trump may establish a panel on vaccine safety headed by longtime vaccine skeptic Robert F. Kennedy Jr. could cause some people to refuse protective immunizations, leading to epidemics of highly contagious diseases.