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Deciding how or whether to respond was often dictated by the level of support from colleagues, a professional responsibility to peers.
The hearing before the House Ways & Means Committee’s Health Subcommittee followed a partisan pattern.
The House Ways and Means Committee is the latest to pass H.R. 3, a bill aimed at driving the price of prescription drugs down.
A National Academy of Medicine report provides a roadmap for both broad and targeted efforts to address clinician burnout.
A report on the estimated administrative costs in Medicaid demonstration projects related to work requirements in the first five states to receive...
Movers in Medicine
Dr. Thomas Peter Stossel died on Sept. 29 at the age of 78. He was best known for his discovery of the cellular proteins filamin and gelsolin.
The staff of NIH Institutes and Centers applied inconsistent levels of scrutiny to each other.
The researchers found two health care reform scenarios meeting this criterion that continue to utilize private insurance.
The leading candidates vowed to codify abortion access, threatened to jail opioid company executives, and added a few more details to their health...
Americans were more likely to be uninsured in 2018 than in 2017.
Sexual harassment, hurtful sex-based comments, gender-based barriers to career advancement – and salary – top the list.