President Trump Pushes the Department of Veterans Affairs Toward Increased Privatization
The administration is determined to use a new law to expand the private sector's role in veterans' health care—a move that end up being costly for former service members.
How Medical Ethicists See the Proposed 'Gag Rule' on Abortion Referrals in Government-Funded Clinics
Pacific Standard spoke to secular and religious ethicists about the controversial proposal.
Amid Ongoing Scandals, the University of Southern California Faces Lawsuits
Five women filed civil lawsuits against University of Southern California gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall on Monday, alleging that he sexually abused them under the pretext of medical care.
So You've Become a Patient Safety Statistic—Now What?
Six recommended steps to take if you’ve suffered harm in a medical facility.
Patient Harm: When An Attorney Won't Take Your Malpractice Case
Studies show that nine of 10 patients seeking a medical malpractice attorney won’t find one—women, children, and the elderly in particular.