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Doctors are more likely to use negative language when describing a Black patient than they are a White patient.
Some say such a procedure should only be done by a cardiologist or cardiac surgeon; others say that there is no stopping “scope creep.”
AMA may study alternatives to the current residency matching program in an effort to improve residents’ compensation and other job-related issues...
“If other states see a positive effect on Tennessee or are exploring ways to alleviate their own shortages, it’s possible [they] might follow suit...
The indictment alleges that from 2018 through August 2022, Harvard morgue manager Cedric Lodge stole dissected portions of donated cadavers,...
Even if a reason seems legitimate, that doesn’t make it legal.
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“If you just treat people based on what the likelihood is, statistically, you’re going to miss a lot of life-threatening conditions.”
International rights group calls out United States for allowing hospitals to push millions into debt
About a third of U.S. adults with health care debt owed money for hospitalization.
Without a statute of limitations, people could bring claims many years after the fact, which makes it harder to obtain and preserve evidence.