ChatGPT was best in making a "final diagnosis," where it was 77% accurate, according to Mass General Brigham research
More than 2,400 women were surveyed about their experiences with pregnancy and delivery care.
Stats from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that American health care workers are now far more likely to suffer nonfatal injuries by violence than workers in any other profession, including law enforcement.
Amazon’s virtual clinic is available daily, and appointments aren’t required.
Residents at the unlicensed Secure Hands board and care facility in Riverside were found "emaciated, dehydrated" and "living in squalor," officials said.
Researchers from the University of California identified a molecule that's linked to faster hair growth, a San Diego biopharmaceutical company has announced.
If the bill is signed into law, it would raise the minimum wage for health care workers to $21 in 2024, then $25 in 2025.
A Burbank mom battling cancer discusses getting life-saving care denied by her insurance company.
Researchers say they hope the technology could someday be used by anyone who frequently loses things, not just those with dementia.
Julian Omidi was found guilty of scamming insurance out of payments for expensive Lap-Band surgeries after intentionally misdiagnosing patients with sleep disorders.
Federal law says Medicaid patients have the right to fill prescriptions from any willing and qualified provider. That includes Walgreens.
Between 2017 and 2022, the government paid Paul Mansour's pharmacy between $600,000 and $1 million based off fake claims.
The couple's son went through one round of chemo after being diagnosed with leukemia. Now, they are fighting in court to prevent future treatments, preferring to treat their child with natural remedies — while the hospital insists on a two-year regimen.
The labor force participation rate was 62.1% last month, notably lower than the 63.4% mark it was at before the coronavirus pandemic struck the United States in March 2020.
The World Trade Center Health Program faces a $3 billion funding shortfall.
Long Beach becomes the fourth city in Los Angeles County to pass a fair wage ordinance for healthcare workers. The other cities to pass a similar measure are Los Angeles, Downey and Monterey Park.
The nurses plan to picket from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and have a rally set for noon at the medical center in Los Angeles.
A contract is trying to be worked. The one-day strike is to protest working conditions nurses can not handle anymore. FOX 11's Sandra Endo reports.
The Los Angeles City Council tentatively approved an ordinance Tuesday that would raise the minimum wage for people working at covered health-care facilities in the city to $25 per hour.
The service workers union has been negotiating a new contract since March 21. Nearly 2,000 certified nursing assistants, surgical technicians and more plan to strike at 5 a.m. Monday.