In the heat of the present pandemic, the findings are fascinating even when they’re not startling—although in at least one instance they’re both.
Somewhere between 500 and 700 full-service doctor offices will open inside Walgreens stores over the next five years, and hundreds more may follow at new as well as existing marts.
Leaders of the American Medical Association, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Academy of Family Physicians and American College of Physicians all cautioned against the president's plan.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will be spending as much as $100 million over the next 10 years on Philips tele-critical care products.
Physicians who spend time on leadership duties increasingly expect to be compensated for performing these “above and beyond” tasks.
It’s a painful paradox that hospitals can help COVID patients recover while helping the virus spread—and not only to non-COVID patients but also to healthcare workers, support staff and even visitors.
Once a widespread COVID outbreak is underway, encouraging personal responsibility works about as well at mitigation as mandating widespread lockdowns.
Draft legislation recently passed by a House subcommittee ensures the recommendations would be pushed back until 2025.
Researchers recently conducted a retrospective investigation of some 500 scans, seeking signals of how to limit use of such drugs among patients under 18.