After months of proffering an often piecemeal and chaotic response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the federal government is still failing to extend protections to …
Santa Clara County hospitals remain inundated by short staffing and lack of incentives to keep workers in the county’s healthcare offices and departments, disgruntled union …
Kaiser Permanente mental health professionals protested and picketed on Tuesday in Oakland and Los Angeles to demand the health care giant provide adequate resources to …
A 46-year-old San Francisco man pleaded guilty Friday to health care fraud and making false statements relating to health care matters, according to the U.S. …
“We have to find ways to use the system to bend in their direction.”
Santa Clara County and the city of San Francisco sued the administration of President Donald Trump in federal court Tuesday to challenge a new rule …
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera both asked a federal court Tuesday to block a new rule by the …
Workers at Marriott hotels on strike for two months have reached a tentative agreement with the company.
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi pledged to work with Republicans on a number of issues — among them building infrastructure and lowering prescription drug costs.
San Francisco Supervisors Tuesday voted unanimously to create a committee to oversee The City’s growing cannabis industry.
A San Leandro physician’s assistant who authorities said was the number one prescriber of opioids in California was convicted Tuesday of 39 counts of distributing controlled substances without a legitimate medical purpose, prosecutors said.
During a rally Tuesday afternoon outside of City Hall, supporters of the Our City, Our Home measure turned in 28,000 signatures to The City.
The Sutter Health system is experiencing systemwide connectivity issues, affecting patient services at all of its 24 locations.
A motorcyclist who allegedly tried to run down a group of protesters outside San Francisco’s Federal Building on Wednesday was cited for reckless driving and released.
Legislation restricting the sale of all flavored tobacco including menthol cigarettes was approved unanimously by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will deliver the keynote address Monday at a health care event in San Francisco.
A strike was averted Wednesday evening when a union representing thousands of janitors reached a tentative contract agreement.
Officials at San Francisco’s Chinese Hospital in Chinatown Monday held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the completion of the nonprofit hospital’s new Patient Tower.
As early as May 16, undocumented Bay Area children 18 years and younger will be eligible for the entire scope of health coverage under Medi-Cal.
The public is being urged not to buy prescription drugs on the street after a drug labeled as Xanax was linked to at least one death.