Most hospitals in the U.S. have programs aimed at reducing sepsis, but few have designated sepsis nurses and coordinators
Senators had promised that their ACA replacement would be very different than the version that passed the House in May, but the bill instead follows the House's lead in many ways.
Father and son Willie and Will Torres return home just in time to celebrate Father's Day together.
Lessons from Seattle
No one knows what the final Senate bill will look like -- not even those writing it.
To solve the crisis of high drug prices, the group discussed strengthening the monopoly rights of pharmaceuticals overseas, ending discounts for low-income hospitals and accelerating drug approvals by the Food and Drug Administration.
Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Care's Dyspnea Self-Management Protocol involves a non-pharmacological approach to easing a patient's dyspnea and/or associated anxiety
The toll the crisis is taking on families and communities across the nation is heartbreaking
The Seattle case may serve as a bellwether for future litigation
Study finds older patients responsible for largest percentage of coverage claims related to opioid abuse nationally
'How Long Have I Got, Doc?' Why Many Cancer Patients Don't Have Answers
Established Cystic Fibrosis Continuity of Care
Oncologist Barbara L. McAneny, MD, at the annual meeting
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