Immigrants account for a quarter of the long-term care workforce. Who will care for the elderly, if Trump has his way on immigration?
The majority of patients with serious illness receive news in what researchers call a “suboptimal way.” Could training physicians to deliver bad news help?
Maine’s Governor signed a bill into law on Wednesday to allow some terminally ill patients to pursue medically assisted suicide.
Nurse Practitioners saw another victory in their quest for full practice authority on Wednesday in the Pennsylvania Senate.
When the bill goes into effect next June, Maine will be the eighth state to permit advanced practitioners to provide abortion services.
Doctors, nurses often do what’s right by their patients, even if it comes at a high personal cost. Is their professional nature being exploited by those in charge?
A new study has found no clinically important differences in patient outcomes, regardless of whether their provider is a physician, PA, or NP.
The latest numbers have been released from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the healthcare workforce remains healthy in terms of employment growth.
CVS Health, Amazon, UnitedHealth Group, and Optum are considered a “strong or extreme threat” to 88% of hospital, healthcare execs.
The VA expands access to care under the VA MISSION Act, allowing vets to see private sector doctors, specialists in certain cases.