Mom Of Cancer Patient Accused Of Injecting Feces Into Son's IV
A mom from Indiana, who is accused of injecting her son’s IV line with feces, is awaiting trial. Her 15-year-old son was being treated for cancer, and her action several infections that delayed treatment.
Women Had Breasts Removed After Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis
Two Australian women had their breasts removed after a pathologist from the Royal Darwin Hospital diagnosed them with breast cancer. It turned out that the diagnosis was wrong.
Patients Cry Foul Over Emergency Room 'Surprise' Bills
Patients in the U.S. are slapped with 'surprise' Emergency Room bills. The charges appear during a treatment at a hospital that's in the patient's insurance network but the hospital has hired doctors who are independent contractors who choose not to be part of that network. 22 patients have already claimed to have experience the same thing.
A Significant Matter That Hospital Systems Have To Consider
A published case study shows that hospitals with high DNR orders have low mortality rates.
Fighting infections with a robot!
A 3-foot long robot helps keep the hospital clean and prevents infection.
Indonesia Healthcare Plan Crumbling: What Has Gone Wrong?
Indonesia's effort to provide health insurance to all failed when a sick baby was turned down by 10 hospitals and finally the baby passed away.