The latest news on patients
Patients in Great Britain are successfully pressuring governments to wipe out parking charges.
A hospitalist weighs in on the "patient-centered care" movement.
Deaths from legal medications are being unfairly blamed on drug abuse.
The new rankings are drawing comments, many of them from hospital patients.
There's no pill or procedure to make physical rehabilitation happen on its own.
Most Vanderbilt patients aren't tough cases from far away.
Nearly half of heart patients don't fully grasp the symptoms of an attack. Make sure you know them.
So far there hasn't been much hoopla from hospitals on a new survey.
A few tweaks would help, but the revamped Hospital Compare page is mostly a winner for consumers.
Now you'll be able to find out online, thanks to a new national patient-satisfaction survey.