Drugmakers Play The Patent Game To Lock In Prices, Block Competitors
Kaiser Health News
David Herzberg was alarmed when he heard that Richard Sackler, former chairman of opioid giant Purdue Pharma, was listed as an inventor on a new patent for an opioid addiction treatment.
Making New York City a primary care town
City & State
A primary care physician is your go-to clinician, the doctor you’ve developed a years-long relationship with, who knows your history, treats your family, and who, ideally, makes you feel safe and comfortable.
Medicare upgrades its website ahead of sign-up season
Medicare is modernizing its website to make it more useful for beneficiaries, particularly younger ones accustomed going online for information from insurers, hospitals and doctors.
ER Staffers Under Assault. Blame the Opioid Crisis.
Emergency departments are becoming increasingly violent places as doctors bear the brunt of fallout from the opioid epidemic, a new survey shows.
New York Med Students Swoop In to Save Health Care
Each wall of the library reading room at the New York Academy of Medicine is lined with tall wooden bookshelves holding leather-bound medical tomes.