StrategyDoctors Are Hoarding Unproven Coronavirus Medicine by Writing Prescriptions for Themselves and Their Families
Demand for chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine surged over the past several days as President Donald Trump promoted them as possible treatments...
FinanceTexas Physicians Group Pays $1.2M to Settle False Claims Allegations
A whistleblower complaint alleged that Millennium Physicians Association PLLC billed Medicare for sleep studies conducted by uncredentialed technicians.
Clinical CareHeart Association Puts Halt To Bayer's Giant Displays Of Baby Aspirin
The American Heart Association says that although aspirin can help people with previous heart attacks or strokes, its risks generally...
Clinical CareAre ICU Patients' End-of-Life Plans Being Ignored?
Study: More than a third who asked for limited treatment still got intensive care.
NursingImprove Palliative Care Delivery, Decrease Nurse Moral Distress
When nurses reported less frequent use of palliative care for their patients, they tended to experience higher levels of moral...
StrategyDOJ Files False Claims Act Complaint against Community Health Network
A whistleblower suit alleges that Community rewarded physician referrals with compensation way above fair market value.
Clinical CareMedicine Still Fighting for #MeToo
As institutions struggle to find solutions, some women are taking matters into their own hands.
Clinical CareThe Family Wanted a Do Not Resuscitate Order. The Doctors Didn't.
Andy Jurtschenko told his children that he didn't want to be a burden on them. But after he suffered brain...
FinanceDoctors Prescribe More of a Drug If They Receive Money from a Pharma Company Tied to It
Drug companies have paid doctors billions of dollars for consulting, promotional talks, meals and more. A new ProPublica analysis finds...
StrategyRWJBarnabas Health Eyes Deal With Saint Peter's Healthcare System
The two health systems in New Jersey signed a letter of intent and expect to hammer out a definitive deal...
InnovationBerwick Outlines Sweeping 7-Step Campaign for the Quality Movement
The IHI president emeritus wants healthcare providers to reach beyond the hospital walls and embrace the 'moral determinants of health.'
Despite Audit, Doctors With Checkered Records Can Still Decide Fate of Green Card Seekers
Last year, the federal government promised to improve vetting of doctors who administer immigration medical exams. But ProPublica found doctors...