Goldman Sachs Asks 'Is Curing Patients A Sustainable Business Model?'Turning the search for medical remedies into a numbers game, analyst Salveen Richter called potential "one shot cures" a bad business decision that will hurt a company's bottom line.
Analysis: Ft. Lauderdale Patients Worst In Nation Taking Meds As PrescribedPatients in the Fort Lauderdale area ranked as the worst in the nation for not taking their medications as prescribed.
MCH Receives Excellence Through Insight AwardOne of South Florida’s hospitals has received a prestigious award.
More Patients, Doctors Engaging In 'Group Visits'People ride the bus, go to games and eat with strangers , so how about going to the doctor with a group of strangers?
ER By Appointment Being TestedWhen you think about going to the emergency room, odds are the thought of the waiting room could be as painful as the problem that brought you there. Some facilities are now trying a new approach to the ER by allowing people to make reservations.
Pepper Spray At Coral Springs Office Sends Several People To Hospital A Coral Springs doctor's office was evacuated Wednesday afternoon when as many as 16 people fell ill.
Pricey Medical Equipment Stolen From Miami Podiatrist A South Florida podiatrist says he lost a quarter million dollars worth of medical equipment after his office was burglarized.
Pembroke Pines Hospital Deaths Trigger InvestigationSouth Florida State Hospital is under investigation by the Florida Department of Children and Families after three patients died last summer.
Docs Warn Of Complications From Cheap International Breast Implants Every year, thousands of women fly from South Florida, out of the country, especially to South America, to get a boob job. They take the trip because the surgery is significantly cheaper outside the United States.
High-Tech House Calls Gaining PopularityAmericans are struggling with healthcare these days, whether it's not having health insurance, a scary diagnosis or looking for a specialist. CBS4's Cynthia Demos reports that more and more options are popping up online to help connect physicians to patients... even those who've never met before.
Raising Medicare Age Would Cost $789M, Group SaysAn increase in the Medicare age would cost Florida and its residents $789 million a year, according to a report issued Thursday by Latinos for a Secure Retirement.
CBS4 Investigates: Should Doctors Ask Patients About Guns?Courts, lawmakers, and Governor Rick Scott are all arguing about the right of Florida physicians to ask patients about access to guns. CBS4 Investigates a tragic case where one widow believes a simple question could have saved her husband's life.
Hip Replacement Recall Targets Poisonous MetalThousands of people who'd hoped an artificial hip would relieve their pain... are now fearful the new joints are slowly poisoning them. CBS4's Cynthia Demos examines the complications with metal on metal hip implants.
Troubled Munne Center Finally ClosedOne of the most notorious assisted living facilities in Miami-Dade County finally shuts its doors this week.
Fla. Docs Ask Judge To Block Gag Law On GunsOrganizations representing thousands of Florida doctors are asking a Miami federal judge to block enforcement of a first-in-the-nation law restricting what physicians can discuss about firearms with patients.