Delays in care because of road closures may explain the higher mortality rate among patients who were admitted to the hospital on the same day that a major marathon was held in the area.
Healthcare hiring rebounded in April by adding 19,500 jobs, a big lift over March in concert with a solid national jobs gain for the month. Providers particularly hired workers for ambulatory and home health settings, shaking off the possible jobs impact of an ACA repeal.
HCA Holdings is planning a massive expansion of urgent-care centers and free-standing emergency departments this year as it builds out patient access points in its 14 major markets.
Community hospitals throughout Cook County are acting as de facto trauma centers for gunshot victims who show up in their emergency rooms, despite not having specialized teams to treat them.
New York City's ambulance companies say National MedTrans, a dispatcher, owes them more than $2 million, some of it for trips that date as far back as early 2015.
MetroHealth saw a 27% drop in trauma activations, which translated to a $35 million loss in revenue, much higher than the $20 million it predicted. But the system has grown in other ways.
On his last day as president and chief executive of NYC Health + Hospitals, Dr. Ram Raju presided over the groundbreaking of a $28 million ambulatory care center on Staten Island.
As a Donald Trump presidency nears, state lawmakers are readying abortion and reproductive health laws that draw battle lines across the nation.
Some researchers and health policymakers had hoped the blitz of retail clinics across the country would reduce visits to the ER. A new study from Rand Corp. finds that isn't the case.
Job growth in the healthcare industry accelerated slightly in October, according to new figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
How healthcare organizations are creating fully connected point of care ecosystems to help ensure a seamless patient experience.
Facilities that care for Medicare patients with end-stage renal disease will see their payment rates rise by 0.73% next year, leading to an extra $80 million in funding, the CMS said late Friday.