Data-mining medical bills may help protect patients from dangerous complications stemming from medical devices, a U-M team suggests.
As funding for basic science research and education stalls in the U.S. and other countries, competition from China is skyrocketing, a new study finds.
The intrusive methods licensing boards use to evaluate physician impairment may actually promote stigma around mental health — without improving patient safety.
The annual American Thoracic Society International Conference wrapped up this week. Here’s a look at some of the newest research and stories from this year’s conference.
Nearly 1 in 5 patients with a lap band undergoes multiple device-related reoperations, and complication rates range widely among hospitals, new research finds.
Why studying literature, and sometimes debating the results, is so important for emergency medicine physicians — especially as patient populations change.