Overly aggressive treatment of blood sugar in older people with diabetes can harm — but a new study finds it’s still common.
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
Natural disasters can overwhelm busy hospitals for days after storms dissipate. The reason: a wave of medical needs — beyond injuries — from patients without resources.
A new poll finds widespread oral health issues among people in their 50s and early 60s, especially among those who lack dental insurance.
Fatigue, sadness and poor health among the spouses who take care of disabled elders can mean higher Medicare bills for the patients. A Michigan Medicine study examines the connection.
When students of medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacy and social work carry out patient care via group simulations, a new understanding of one another’s roles results.
Coronary artery bypass expenses vary widely across hospitals, a new study finds. Addressing a few key areas could lower hospital bills and improve quality of care.