A new concierge medical care pilot being launched by Michigan Medicine with the intention of enhancing patient access to primary care physicians has drawn criticism from faculty, who claim it's been used to "jump the line" and has contributed to discrimination against...
A federal complaint alleges that a skilled nursing facility did not provide 'reasonable accommodation' to an employee's religious objections. SNF administrators say requiring nursing home workers to receive a flu shot is a public health issue.
A years-long tug-of-war pits the rights of patients against those of physicians and healthcare organizations—all of whom have legal rights to refuse certain medical procedures on moral or religious grounds.
The former Health and Human Services secretary, who was forced to resign last fall after a scandal-shortened eight-month tenure, is hailed for his 'profound understanding of the national healthcare landscape.'