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Many drugs in short supply at hospitals, pharmacies
For a time this year, a psychiatric hospital run by the state of Maryland didn't have enough injectable drugs for...
Web Exclusive: Sibley Memorial Joins Johns Hopkins Health
Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, DC, has joined The Johns Hopkins Health System in a deal that involves no...
Web Exclusive: Prostate Cancer Care Costs Vary by Treatment
For most cases, costs are highest in the initial year of the diagnosis then drop sharply and remain steady over the...
Doctors concerned about supply of nuclear material used in diagnostic tests
A shortage of imported radioactive material widely used to diagnose heart problems and other maladies has had doctors...
Web Exclusive: Trauma Center Care Costs Warranted, Study Suggests
Treatment at trauma centers costs more when compared with non-trauma centers, but the overall benefits in terms of...
Poor Distribution Loses Thousands Of Transplant Kidneys
If the nation could expedite its system for distributing kidneys of lower quality— but which are still viable for...
Johns Hopkins acquires suburban hospital
The Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation announced hat it will acquire Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, MD, to convert...
Johns Hopkins bans free drug samples, gifts from industry
Johns Hopkins is the latest big name in healthcare to try to restrict doctors' ties to the drug and device industries...
LA County supervisor says he'll explore all options for reopening King hospital
For six months, Los Angeles County supervisors have courted the University of California as their last, best hope to...
Simulation training prepares Hopkins teams for emergencies
In the pediatric intensive care unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Elizabeth "Betsy" Hunt, PhD, regularly...