Clinical CareInjured and Uninsured, Protesters Get Medical Aid From LA Doctor
Hundreds of people have contacted Amir Moarefi for medical help since the Long Beach, California, ophthalmologist posted his offer on...
Clinical CareDespite Pandemic, Trauma Centers See No End To 'The Visible Virus Of Violence'
The number of patients seeking care for injuries caused by what's known as penetrating trauma ? gunshot wounds or stabbings...
Clinical CareNorthwell CEO Pledges $1M Toward Gun Violence Prevention
Michael Dowling challenges healthcare CEOs nationwide to join campaign to stop the bloodshed.
Clinical CareBattling The Bullets From The Operating Room To The Community
St. Louis trauma surgeon Dr. Laurie Punch is on a mission to stop the bleeding of her patients and the...
StrategyAir Ambulances Woo Rural Consumers With Memberships That May Leave Them Hanging
State insurance leaders, politicians and others have raised alarms about the slickly marketed membership campaigns.
Clinical CareAVP Hormone Treatment Stems Blood Loss in Trauma Patients
Penn Medicine researchers believe their findings show that administering AVP to trauma patients with severe bleeding could become standard practice...
FinanceWhy Red Wyoming Seeks The Regulatory Approach To Air Ambulance Costs
The Cowboy State hopes to undercut the free market by using Medicaid to treat air ambulances like a public utility.
Clinical CareDoc Group Pays for Gun Violence Research
Affirm Research rides #ThisIsOurLane momentum to fund firearm injury studies.
Clinical CareBrain Activity in 'Unresponsive' Patients May Predict Recovery
EEG study points to possible prognostic tool early after acute brain injury.
Clinical CareAMA to Promote Use of Peer Support Groups
Voluntary gatherings that meet for the purpose of sharing stories, relieving distress and secondary trauma.
Air Ambulance Costs Fly Around Fixes For Surprise Medical Bills
Over and over again, the high cost associated with air ambulance service gives patients the biggest sticker shock.
Fall-related Death Rates Triple for US Seniors
The absolute number of fall-related deaths for seniors ages 75 and higher increased from 8,613 in 2000 to 25,189 in...