NursingNurse Staffing at Nursing Homes is Lacking
Nursing homes only met nurse staffing requirements less than 60% of the time, a new analysis finds.
Clinical CareAMA Takes on North Dakota 'Compelled Speech' Abortion Laws
Physicians' group and others file suit claiming laws force physicians to mislead patients.
AMA Abortion Lawsuit Puts Doctors In The Thick Of Debate
AMA President Patrice Harris said the organization had to take a stand because new laws forced the small number of...
Clinical CareBrain Activity in 'Unresponsive' Patients May Predict Recovery
EEG study points to possible prognostic tool early after acute brain injury.
Five Things We Found In The FDA's Hidden Device Database
The FDA has released two decades of previously hidden data containing millions of injuries or malfunctions by medical devices.
Clinical CareMore Seniors Are Dying In Falls. Doctors Could Do More To Reduce The Risk.
Experts call for a personalized approach to preventing falls, more involvement by clinicians and motivating older adults to take action.
Clinical CareRude Surgeons Make Things Complicated for Their Patients
Patients of surgeons who were cited for unprofessional conduct had an 18% to 32% higher risk for complications.
Clinical CareDoing More Harm Than Good? Healthcare Workers Often Provide Care While Sick
Organizations should clarify what symptoms require exclusion from work and develop policies for working while symptomatic, says the study's lead...
Clinical CareUS News Names 2019-2020 Best Children's Hospitals
Boston Children's Hospital tops the coveted list as the nation's No. 1 pediatric medical center for the sixth straight year.
Clinical CareHealth System Targets Gun Safety to Prevent Suicide
Intermountain Healthcare has adopted a four-part strategy to establishing time and distance between people in crisis and firearms.
FDA Overlooked Red Flags In Drugmaker's Testing of New Depression Medicine
Spravato maker Janssen provided the FDA modest evidence that it worked and only in limited trials. It presented no information...
Clinical CareMedical Errors: How Healthcare Providers Can Address Long-Term Harm
The impact of medical errors on patients and families can be multi-dimensional and prolonged.