Articles by Comarow, Avery
Top hospitals put unorthodox therapies into practice.
Give hospitals that disclose safety stats a bump in our rankings, urges a hospital CEO.
Like walking in someone else's shoes, lying in a patient bed might be a good prescription for doctors.
They set a high bar for ethical and professional behavior, says a large poll, but often scurry beneath it.
Too few workers, too much to do, and too little time to do it can undermine the best of high-tech safety fixes.
A new government report calls out 54 homes with persistent quality and safety problems.
They may get special treatment, but it might not be the kind they want. Nor would you.
Osteoporosis plagues both genders. A do-it-yourself screening test can flag men who are at risk.
The risk of an error in the OR is small, but we don't really know what it is.
When it comes to improving care, hospitals are both ship- and sheep-like.