The Apple Watch could potentially spot a heart problem that might lead to stroke, according to a Stanford Medicine study released this weekend.
We all know them—and we've probably used them. Now, weigh in on the buzziest words in healthcare that have nearly lost all meaning from overuse.
To prioritize patient safety, healthcare providers should focus on ensuring that information in electronic health records is accurate and complete.
The American Medical Association says health insurers are guilty of “foot-dragging” on prior authorization reforms.
The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS is back in business over a year after members either quit or were fired by the Trump administration.
The American Medical Association has added its voice to those calling on large tech giants to combat the misinformation on vaccines on their sites.
To help patients prepare for their medical visits, AHRQ developed a new consumer mobile app that builds off the agency’s Question Builder online tool.
Diagnostic errors are the leading cause of liability claims against primary care doctors, according to a new report.
The White House is calling for a significant cut in funding to the Department of Health and Human Services in 2020.
A judge sentenced a doctor to life in prison after he was found guilty of unlawfully distributing prescription drugs linked to an overdose death.