Hurricane Ian exposed an alarming weakness in Florida's healthcare system: Many hospitals in the state are unprepared to quickly evacuate patients and some facilities likely couldn't withstand a ...
The CEO of a Florida hospital was killed in an apparent murder-suicide on Wednesday. Miami-Dade police said Cristina Jimenez, 61, was killed by her husband, Antonio Mazzorana, in their home near Coral ...
Half of the nation's healthcare expenditures are spent on care delivered in hospitals and clinics, both markets suffering from the ills of monopoly.
For some people, the thought of being admitted into a long-term nursing facility evokes visceral and raw emotions — worry, sadness and anxiety are likely at the top of that list.
The United States has a growing number of older doctors. Even as baby boomer doctors pass retirement age, many are electing to continue to practice medicine.
If you are not already participating in the Federal Long-Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP), any plans you may have had to apply for coverage are likely to be delayed.
Health startups and medical associations are lobbying for permanent permission to prescribe controlled substances remotely, part of a broader debate over the future of telehealth services that boomed ...
J.P. Morgan is a cornerstone financial institution, with investments and interests in all sectors across the globe. With regards to healthcare, the company made headlines just a few years ago for its ...
Half of all Americans now die in hospice care. Easy money and a lack of regulation transformed a crusade to provide death with dignity into an industry rife with fraud and exploitation.
To facilitate more students' entrance into Western New Mexico University School of Nursing programs, the university is taking steps to improve the pass rate of the entrance exam by offering workshops ...
Survey data shows 45% of clinicians reported burnout in 2019, with the burnout rate rising to 60% in late 2021.
For patients, the payment plans often mean something more ominous: yet more debt.