The World Health Organization (WHO) has updated the WHO Model List of Essential Medicines for 2019.
Exposure of U.S. physicians to work-hour reforms during residency training is not associated with post-training differences in patient mortality, readmissions, or costs of care.
A Trump administration rule to force pharmaceutical companies to disclose the list prices of their drugs in television ads was blocked Monday by a federal judge.
Eighteen percent of all emergency department visits and 16 percent of in-network hospital stays have at least one out-of-network charge.
Multiple leading healthcare organizations have declared clinician burnout a public health crisis. Might artificial intelligence offer a solution to the problem?
Nearly three-quarters of Americans are concerned about burnout among their clinicians.
Researchers assessed differences in total Medicare spending among older adults with disability who experience negative consequences citing insufficient support with household activities, mobility, or self-care.
The American College of Physicians presents new clinical guidelines and guidance statements that address prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment of various diseases.
Three large drug makers have launched a legal challenge against the Trump administration’s rule requiring the prices of drugs to be included in television ads.
The growth of drug spending in the United States associated with government-protected market exclusivity is likely to continue.