A new Gallup poll reveals that Americans believe that the healthcare system is improving.
First-ever wholly digital population health study examining dementia risks using data from multiple wearable technologies and combine with neuropsychology tests.
People with an opioid addiction face a higher risk of overdose after ending their treatment, according to a new survey.
A Geisinger study finds AI can examine ECG results to identify patients who are at risk of dying within a year or at risk of developing abnormal heart rhythms.
Fourteen UnitedHealthcare Medicare service centers will open in five U.S. cities by January 2020.
Businesses must engage all generations and ensure that employees understand that security is everyone’s business, and isn’t just a role for IT.
Authors stress the need for clinicians to pursue new forms of clinical activism in community-based care.
New data point to an upward trend in liability claims.
Half of U.S. adults surveyed say they avoid seeking medical care because of cost, and they want upfront pricing of medical services.
Half of single adults 65 and older who live alone and those living in two-person households are unable to afford basic necessities without extra assistance.