It’s a simple idea that could transform health care.
A new state law is about to take hold that supporters hope will lead to more testing for HIV in Massachusetts.
Good, hard-working Americans shouldn’t be forced to contemplate leaving their chosen profession as they are with federal laws such as Obamacare.
Supporters say a gift ban was needed to change a too-cozy relationship between drug companies and doctors. But critics say it’s costing the Massachusetts economy millions.
Consumer Reports, best known for rating the nuts and bolts of cars, household appliances and other electronics, is getting into the business of rating primary care doctors.
Massachusetts House leaders unveiled a health care payment bill Friday that they say will lower family premiums by nearly $2,000 annually over the next five years.
Some doctors and nurses are now experimenting with iPads in emergency rooms to save time.
Some dentists are now including some basic medical screenings during checkups.
An I-Team investigation has found that of the hundreds of doctors who settle malpractice claims, almost none are held accountable by the state board.
A growing number of institutions are adopting hospital-wide bans against non-medical induction before 39 weeks.