Some taxis in the northern part of the country will soon have new passengers: pathology samples en route to labs for testing.
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
Many people over age 50 see a mismatch in what tests and treatments doctors recommend, and what they need and use, according to a new poll.
Across the country, fewer women are getting hysterectomies and those who do are choosing less invasive methods with no hospital stays, saving millions in health care costs.
They’re helping create the future of medicine through research, clinical care, education and public policy. What do they have in common? A start as general internists.
Physicians and policymakers should consider those family and friends who aren’t quite caregivers — but are definitely health supporters — in chronic disease care, a new study finds.
A small new study examining widespread pain relief after weight loss could have new implications for treating pain in people with obesity.