Worst flu season to lift U.S. hospital operator results
One of the most severe flu seasons in the United States this past decade is proving to be a shot in the arm for U.S. hospital operators that have struggled with tepid patient admissions in recent quarters.
Trump urges lawsuit against opioid companies, tougher sentences for dealers
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday called for a federal lawsuit against opioid companies and stiffer penalties for drug dealers, arguing that the government must take a strong approach to combat an opioid addiction epidemic.
Most NY docs not ready to care for veterans seeking VA alternatives, study shows
New York Upstate
As the government considers sending more military veterans to community doctors for medical care, a new study shows most New York doctors are not prepared to handle them.
The business of addictions in Western New York
Buffalo Business First
Generally, it makes good business sense for a hospital to develop a new business line to meet a specific need.
Obesity to Blame for Jump in Health Care Costs
US News Health
Obesity is costing the American health care system plenty, a new study finds.