Women represent just 26% of hospital CEO positions despite holding 75% of healthcare jobs. At Fortune 500 companies in healthcare, women make up merely 21% of executive roles and 21% of board members.
Hospitals treating childhood emergencies need instant access to records. By building data warehouses to centralize that information, they've discovered a new tool for preventing emergencies in the first place.
At cutting-edge healthcare organizations, precision medicine is beginning to affect patient's lives. But most of the healthcare industry is still struggling to overcome significant social, economic and technical barriers to widespread adoption of genetics-based patient care.
A small but growing minority of health systems are linking executive pay to population health measures. The group is sure to expand as more health systems gravitate toward emerging value-based models and risk contracts.
Newly confirmed HHS Secretary Tom Price likely will spend his first few days focusing on efforts to stabilize the individual health insurance market as Republicans work to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The U.S. depends on immigrant and foreign-born clinicians, students, researchers and faculty. The healthcare and medical research communities fear President Donald Trump's travel ban will have devastating repercussions.
The accountable care organization is loosely defined as a collection of doctors, hospitals and other providers who agree to take financial responsibility for the quality of care. Proponents argue they have great potential to improve healthcare value.
When it comes to provider consolidation, 2016 may well be remembered as the great unraveling.
When patients visit Dr. Judy Baumhauer in hopes of getting rid of bunions—a painful, bony bump that develops at the base of the big toe—they often have just one question: Will surgery help?
If deployed correctly, cybersecurity platforms that employ advanced technologies like artificial intelligence could help healthcare cybersecurity leaders, who are overwhelmed by cybersecurity threats but unable to hire enough staffers to adequately respond.
President Trump and Republicans in Congress may soon realize that the politically charged issue of healthcare could make or break the next four years.
In a roundtable discussion held earlier this month, four prominent nursing executives discuss the myriad challenges facing their profession, including an aging workforce.