Here is a diagnosis of what’s wrong with health care in America, straight from the horse’s mouth: There’s too much.
Long a cultural icon, the vending machine is fading from the American landscape.
Business Week: An anxious woman in her mid-40s showed up last winter at Atlas MD, a family doctor’s office in Wichita.
They say there are markets for everything, but health care has historically been a tough one to navigate.
Texas doctor Raymond Solis who recently converted his 21-year-old traditional medical practice of 3,000 patients to a concierge-based practice serving just 400 patients.
Help Remedies is fast becoming a case study in the triumph of branding.
A pharmacy franchise.
Boccia said the general public is beginning to be aware of the prescription-drug-abuse problem, but he said MedSafe is working closely with DARE, Drug Free America Foundation and other anti-drug organizations.
After three surgeries, Judy Sherer still had chronic pain in her left shoulder.
A Short Course in Brain Surgery highlights the plight of an Ontario man with a cancerous brain tumor who crossed the border to the U.S.