If you’re like nearly half of all Americans, you have likely put off going to the doctor or picking up your prescription in order to save some money.
Nonprofit group Public Citizen alleges that over 700 doctors who were disciplined by their hospitals or HMOs have yet to face any action from the state.
Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed legislation that would have kept adult day health care centers from closing.
How can you better protect yourself from medical ID theft? Privacy consultant Mari Frank has some answers.
Hospital officials on Friday said there is a plan in place to ensure thousands of Westside medical personnel will be able to get to work during the upcoming 405 freeway shutdown later this month.
Dr. Sim Carlisle Hoffman, 59, of Newport Beach, and three of his employees are accused of over-billing for unnecessary or never-performed procedures to the tune of $17 million.
More than 5,600 mail carriers were victims last year of dog attacks, a widespread problem that cost the U.S. Postal Service nearly $1.2 million in medical expenses, the government said Thursday.
Nearly two dozen medical marijuana dispensaries are suing Los Angeles over a planned lottery to determine which clinics remain in business.
If you’re sick or injured, researchers say you may be taking your life in your hands by going to the one place that can help you.
A California judge has ordered a street racer to pay the medical bills of a driver paralyzed in a crash.
Los Angeles County officials say a laptop stolen from a health center contained the medical records of 667 people and they’ve warned those patients of a privacy breach.
Blue Shield of California said Wednesday there would not be any additional rate hikes for the remainder of 2011
For the first time in two years, federal agents took down a local medical pot dispensary — a move that could point to strategy shift by the White House.
More than 200 medical marijuana collectives have applied to be in a lottery that will select 100 legal dispensaries in Los Angeles.
If voters approve Measure M, the city will start collecting $50 out of every $1,000 in dispensaries’ gross receipts.