The much ballyhooed Florida prescription-drug database is set to being operating in September and October, according to the News Service of Florida.
Officials are continuing to crack down on so-called “pill mills” posing a threat to the public. It’s the latest step in a crackdown that began in October when Florida’s “Pill Mill Bill” went on the books.
American soldiers know when they go in to battle there is a chance they may not make it out alive. It’s these losses that has the military testing new technology. Robots will soon replace human medics.
A group of physicians filed suit in Miami federal court Monday for the right to ask their patients if they own guns and have them properly stored, according to The News Service of Florida.
Doctors in hospitals across South Florida and the rest of the country now have a new test that can quickly show if a staph infection is methicillin-resistant.
Match Day is one of the biggest days in the lives of aspiring doctors. It is the day when medical students on the verge of graduation find out where they will spend their residencies.
On any given day, and at all hours of the day, you can find doctors, nurses and medical students working hard. Not only are they saving lives at UM’s Miller School of Medicine, but they’re also working on themselves.
When you see 2-year-old Javod Sharpe take tiny steps, it’s hard to imagine how much he’s been through to get there.
Florida’s new program to inspect pain-management clinics has hung a help-wanted sign: It will pay doctors $100 an hour to go into clinics and help review patient records.
MIAMI (CBS4) – In September two Jackson Memorial Hospital nurses with more than three decades of experience between them took that knowledge and compassion to Port-au-Prince. They volunteered to help Haitian nurses in the aftermath […]