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A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine calls for the White House to lead a national strategy to promote and continue advances in trauma care.
The problems persist even after Congress in 2012 gave the FDA enhanced powers to respond when drug levels are low.
One family’s tragedy inspired a radical change at a struggling rural hospital in Texas.
Researchers say the clinics tucked in stores and pharmacies lead patients to seek more medical attention than they otherwise would for minor ailments.
A recent poll shows 27 percent of Americans have visited an urgent care center in the past two years. Why? Most cite convenience.
A small but growing number of hospital emergency rooms are taking steps to improve quality of care for patients with autism while also adding efficiency and cost effectiveness.
The retirement savings are considered income, so an unexpected withdrawal may change the level of premium subsidies for which an individual qualifies.
When you call an ambulance, you expect to go to the nearest hospital. But patients are often diverted to more distant emergency rooms. Cleveland wants hospitals to stop the practice.
Two physician groups say the government’s regulations for out-of-network emergency care payments will cost consumers more because insurers will pay less.
Overcrowding in the emergency department can lead to worse outcomes for patients but too few hospitals implement successful programs.