Nursing50 U.S. Schools of Nursing Receive Funding for White Coat/Oath Ceremonies
Ritual ceremony emphasizes the human connection in healthcare.
PayerDiabetes Drug's New Weight Loss Formula Fuels Cost-Benefit Debate
It's no surprise that some of the same drugs for diabetes are being reformulated and renamed by manufacturers as a...
Covid-19Amid COVID Booster Debate, West Virginia to Check Immunity of Vaccinated Nursing Home Residents
Starting in August, the state plans to begin measuring the levels of disease-fighting antibodies in the blood of vaccinated nursing...
Clinical CareCOVID Renews Interest in Radiation, but Docs Caution Against Pilgrimages to Radon-Filled Mines
PayerOlympic Dream Dashed After Bike Crash and Nightmare Medical Bill Over $200K
Phil Gaimon paid about $500 a month for his insurance policy with Health Net through Covered California. He also had...
Clinical CareWomen Say California Insurer Makes It Too Hard to Get Drug for Postpartum Depression
However, California's new law has been hailed by advocates as a national model for mental health reform.
Clinical CareHow a Doctor Breaks Norms to Treat Refugees and Recent Immigrants
Mango House provides food and clothing assistance, after-school programs, English classes, legal help ? and even a Boy Scout troop.
PayerContraception Is Free to Women, Except When It's Not
Despite the ACA's guarantees of free contraception coverage, even for women whose health plans are subject to the law's requirements,...
StrategyAfter 18 Months, Sutter Antitrust Settlement Finally Poised for Formal Approval
Numerous twists and turns have slowed the court's approval of the settlement in late 2019.
Clinical CareA Chilling Cure: Facing Killer Heat, ERs Use Body Bags to Save Lives
Zipping heatstroke patients into ice-filled body bags works so well it could become a go-to treatment in a world increasingly...
TelehealthWolters Kluwer Launches Remote Patient Education Platform
The new platform provides patients with hundreds of videos and more than 8,000 leaflets in 20 languages and at a...
Clinical CareWith a Diagnosis at Last, Black Women with ADHD Start Healing
The longer girls with ADHD aren't diagnosed and treated, the more their problems are likely to worsen as they grow...