A review of 11 different studies found that physicians with a positive screening for depression were highly likely to report medical errors.
Keith A. Reynolds
A study of life expectancy and mortality rates in the U.S. found it has risen since 1959, but the last three years have seen a decrease.
Sentara Hospitals agreed to take corrective action for an April 2017 HIPAA violation
Centers in five metropolitan areas will offer wellness services and Medicare plan resources after they open in January 2020
The hospitals claim HHS Secretary Alex M. Azar II illegally extended Medicare payment reductions which were meant to expire in 2017.
Google Health says the Project Nightingale partnership is aimed at creating and testing a new EHR interface.
Kentucky hospital will pay millions to settle allegations it submitted false claims to Medicare.
Sutter Health and the Sacramento Cardiovascular Surgeons Medical Group agree to pay more than $46 million to settle allegations rising from claims made to Medicare
AMA expands policy aimed at medical students and residents being trained in healthcare economics.
Streamlining how physicians collect and share directory information can save physician practices more than $1.1 billion.