For some surgery patients, a prescription to ease postoperation pain leads to continued opioid use months afterward.
A new study shows language barriers and cultural differences disadvantage some patients, but it records no significant inequities in how doctors provide information.
A recommendation against contralateral prophylactic mastectomy did not increase the likelihood of patients seeking a second opinion or receiving surgery from a different surgeon, a study finds.
Oral cancer treatments offer patient autonomy but also challenges in adherence. What oncology practices must do to help improve the quality and continuity of care.
Doctors find their calling in many different ways. Michigan Medicine physicians reflect on the paths that led to their profession.
Researchers grade one of the longest-running report cards for hospitals — and find it needs a tuneup.