How healthcare is really practiced in the US
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Introducing Vital Signs

ProPublica has accumulated a wealth of data from across the U.S. about how medicine is really practiced. Get to know your health care provider better and sign up for notifications every time we update the data or if we spot something new or something important changes.

ProPublica has accumulated a wealth of data about how medicine is really practiced in the U.S. We’ve got millions of data points on things we believe everyone should know about his or her providers, like whether they’ve been barred from federal health care programs, their prescribing and treatment patterns, and how much money pharmaceutical companies pay.

Read more and search for information on your provider on ProPublica.

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