If the plan is approved, Madera Community Hospital could reopen as early as July.
Healthcare Regulation and Reform
Waiting on a fix on pulse oximeter inaccuracies among darker-skinner patients; while a new survey reveals growing health care disparities for transgender Americans.
After a major injury, every minute can affect a patient’s chance of survival. In some parts of the country, help can be far away.
An investigation finds that thousands die from preventable trauma annually, with large geographic disparities and access to trauma care.
Dallas-Fort Worth is the fourth largest metro area in the country, but injured patients here don’t have access to the same level of trauma care as the Austin and San Antonio metros.
The Dallas Morning News and San Antonio Express-News examined why so many Americans bleed to death from traumatic injuries they could have survived. Here’s what we learned
After injuring his arm while working with a power tool, Scott Mussey had only minutes before he bled to death. Emergency responders and the nearest trauma hospital were still too far away.
An innovative prehospital blood transfusion program in South Texas aims to save the lives of more hemorrhaging patients.
Most patients don’t know how much they must pay for the procedure until they get their bill in the mail months later. A growing chorus of prominent voices in the Black community are pushing for change.
Herman’s dogged pursuit of the business practices of the nation’s hospitals and health care companies makes him a rare stand-out on a languishing beat.