The Trump administration wants to drop an Obama-era rule designed to ensure that there are enough doctors to care for Medicaid patients.
CDC data shows the South, which the agency defines as a 16-state region, saw more new cases — 19,968 — than the rest of the nation combined in 2017.
The doctor had testified in hundreds of child abuse cases worldwide and almost always blamed broken bones and other injuries on a rare genetic disorder
Despite the need for more primary care doctors, graduates of U.S. medical schools are becoming less likely to choose to specialize in one of those fields.
Noncompete clauses aim to stop physicians from taking patients with them if they move to a competing practice nearby.
Rates were highest in programs whose trainees reported the longest hours, the least helpful faculty feedback, and the least valuable inpatient training programs.
Cancer centers grapple with conflict of interests among their leadership, researchers and physicians.
Patients who received dental services from Burien’s George M. Davis Dental Clinic should to consider being tested for hepatitis B, C, and HIV — officials say
Are they highly paid doctors’ positions or are they positions on the other end of the pay scale, such as nursing home aides?
Many veterans in rural areas and some cities still face long wait times for health care because there aren’t enough doctors, nurses and support staff.
Millennials’ preferences for convenience, fast service, connectivity and price transparency — are upending the time-honored model of office-based primary care.
Insurers are shifting the financial risk of costly patients to physician-management companies. giving them more money upfront and control over patient care.
Dr. José Baselga resigned on amid reports that he had failed to disclose millions in payments from health care companies in dozens of research articles.
One of the world’s top breast cancer doctors failed to disclose millions of dollars in payments from drug and health care companies in recent years.
New York University’s School of Medicine is learning that no good deed goes unpunished.