Topic: Medical aid in dying
A Canadian doctor is under scrutiny after it was revealed he failed to hire any female doctors in 16 years running departments at two hospitals.
The majority of physicians now support medical aid-in-dying for the terminally ill, but patients are still far more likely to approve of the practice.
A Connecticut physicians group has been hit with a $125,000 fine for alleged HIPAA violations after one of its doctors spoke to a TV reporter.
The DOJ approved the $69 billion CVS-Aetna merger on Wednesday after Aetna agreed to sell off its Part D business, and other physician practice news.
A Texas jury has sentenced an orthopedic surgeon to 10 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 71-year-old female patient, plus more news.
Family physicians have a role to play when it comes to helping patients and families confront bullying, and more news.
While a legal battle goes on, a state appeals court has reinstated California’s physician aid-in-dying law, at least temporarily.
How American Medical Association delegates voted, plus other healthcare news from around the web.
With its members arguing for and against physician-assisted dying, the American Medical Association voted to continue to review its stance.
Dozens of terminally ill patients in California who counted on using the state’s medical aid-in-dying law may be in limbo for a month after a ruling.