MGH tests new waters with its pioneer program for “complex” patients.
More Americans are dying with dementia and Alzheimer’s. A Proto video series explores how hospitals, doctors and policy makers may be failing them.
In the 1980s physician Miguel Ribeiro took stunning photographs of his South African patients. How has the nation’s health care fared in the years since?
The move to electronic medical records may be helping identity thieves.
A shortfall has repercussions in policy and an international black market.
Dementia care has an end-of-life problem. The author explores the system’s shortfalls through her mother’s last days.
Five state legislatures now allow terminal patients to circumvent the FDA. Will this new path to experimental drugs help or hurt?
New approaches can combat the steep costs of caring for dementia patients.
In one metric—inpatient stays—hospitals are seeing a steady decline.
Families of returning veterans sometimes develop mental health problems of their own. An MGH team studies the problem and looks for solutions.
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