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SAN FRANCISCO – TIME’S UP Healthcare leaders seek to address transgressions and intervene.
Unregulated use of cannabidiol was the chief concern of many physicians.
A health care provider can sometimes be found liable to one other than his or her immediate patient, notwithstanding the absence of a provider-...
Use the computer as a bond to strengthen your relationship with your patient.
SAN FRANCISCO – “It’s our responsibility to understand the medications we’re prescribing, so I don’t think this is any different,” Dr. H...
Under a proposed rule, HHS would roll back discrimination protections for transgender patients who seek medical care.
House Budget Committee members began a debate over a possible framework for a single-payer health care system. Republican members of the committee...
SAN FRANCISCO – A team in the psychiatry department at Yale University explores issues tied to race and racism and examines possible solutions.
The agency is redefining what constitutes a drug rebate in Medicaid and CHIP as a way to cut costs for patients and taxpayers.
SAN FRANCISCO – Some hospitals cited concerns about staff injuries from moving – or trying to calm – a large patient.
Join our Twitter chat on depression and suicide in medicine at 8 p.m. ET on June 3. Our special guests are Dr. Sarah Candler, Dr. Elisabeth...