A study of nine hospitals finds response plans to in-house cardiac arrests vary widely between facilities. See what sets top centers apart.
Health Care Quality
Patients are three times likelier to contract the dangerous infection when a hospital is at midlevel occupancy, a new way of tracking the data finds.
To combat growing eye problems and treatment disparities in communities of color, a U-M effort works to foster a more diverse group of eye care providers.
Michigan’s new coverage for low-income adults has helped many patients better manage their health by mandating primary care visits, a new study finds.
More than 4,000 patients have spoken: They prefer physicians in business attire and a white coat, or at least scrubs and a white coat. And the findings aren’t just about fashion.
Providing physicians with virtual access to specialists can be lifesaving to liver disease patients. A new study finds that it boosts survival rates by 54 percent.