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Jay Sanders, M.D., otherwise known as the father of telemedicine, has some ideas regarding healthcare wellness program improvements.
A new study, which was presented at an American Heart Association conference, reveals that the Massachusetts healthcare reform that was put into place in 2006 did not increase hospital use or costs, despite the increase in wellness benefits.
The Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act, a proposed bill for immigration reform, has the potential to have a positive impact on doctor shortages.
An increase in healthcare wellness research that reveals how cancer cells bypass patients' immune systems undetected is leading to a new emphasis on the use of immunotherapy as treatment.
A recent study by the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics shows that, in 2012, total spending in real dollars on U.S. medicines has decreased alongside the overall use of healthcare services.
A new system in Toronto provides an example of emergency department solutions.
A proposal of hospital policy change by Medicare officials seeks to limit the amount of days a patient stays under observation care.
Research shows that a lower nurse-to-patient ratio may reduce the number of pediatric hospital readmissions.
Research shows that by adhering to certain practices, doctors may have curbed CLABSI incidences over the past 20 years.
New research shows that magnesium may be just as effective as calcium in boosting bone health.