The VA and the DoD—while both providing quality service—have electronic health record systems that don’t communicate with each other.
At a time when quality of care and cost-effectiveness are more important than ever, integrated, independent GI practices that bring physicians of different specialties together are consistently providing better care at a lower cost to patients.
The numbers of refugees fleeing violence continues to swell at an astonishing pace, creating an overwhelming global humanitarian emergency.
Impaired brain function from illness or injury can affect anyone, at any age.
National Take Back Day on April 26 allows people to turn in unused medications for safe disposal.
The federal government isn’t doing everything it can to protect college students from meningitis.
There’s got to be a better way to routinely evaluate the FDA’s performance than trial by crises.
The United States is in the midst of a heroin and prescription drug epidemic, one that is wreaking havoc in small towns and big cities alike.
Curbing the use of toxic and harmful pesticides in agriculture would help protect the environment, farmworkers and our families.
Should saving money take precedence over prescribing the most effective treatments?