A survey of health plan leaders suggests they are realizing what consumers already knew: High deductibles keep people from obtaining needed proper healthcare.
The leader of Sparrow Carson Hospital is out in the wake of infection control concerns at the hospital.
The revisions address the excessive use of antibiotics in hospitals and recommend diagnostic treatments—including fecal transplantation—to improve the care of patients with Clostridium difficile.
For years, American consumers have tried to buy cheaper drugs from their northern neighbor. But the practice is illegal.
Pharmacists in Florida have developed a strategy to reduce heart failure readmissions, a recent analysis found.
As she bided her time before she could go home after a minor surgical procedure, Beth Thompson did what might seem like an unremarkable thing: She drank ginger ale.