Articles by Comarow, Avery
Drug interactions and unknown risks of new medications loom as a hazard for the aging U.S. population.
A scathing report on the Food and Drug Administration has created scarcely a ripple, says an expert commentator.
Blood cultures could be throwing hospital caregivers off course by underreporting infectious bugs.
Physicians can't seem to break the dangerous habit of abbreviating when they write prescriptions.
For decades, Medicare has been reimbursing hospitals for their own mistakes. That's coming to an end.
No longer is the quality of a surgeon's work whatever he says it is. So spake a veteran of the OR wars.
You don't do your best after 12 hours on the job. Your nurse can't, either.
Your first question should be: "How many have you done?"
A new survey reveals physicians are often frustrated when they try to improve care.
Beth Israel Deaconess has elected to make its infection rates and other unsavory stats open to the public. Let's see if other hospitals follow suit.