Talk with healthcare providers anywhere in the nation, and it doesn't take long before a common sense of purpose emerges—a dedication to the best possible patient outcomes. It's particularly true in cardiac medicine.
Integrated HCM and ERP Solutions in the Cloud Lead to an Agile, High-Performing Healthcare EnterpriseSeptember 29, 2017
In today's dynamic healthcare environment, it is more important than ever to leverage all available data to ensure that employee utilization meets productivity goals, members and patients receive high-quality care and compliance is maintained. Unfortunately, many healthcare organizations are...
As a hospital leader, you've likely considered how to maximize the value of your Hospital Medicine (HM) program. When managed well, the program can deliver a significant return on investment, influencing many economic and behavioral value drivers, including length of stay, case mix index,...
In a report this week, the National Quality Forum laid out a road map for healthcare organizations so they can better measure patients' social risk factors.
The hospital of the future may look quite different than the hospital of today. Rapidly evolving technologies, along with demographic and economic changes, are expected to alter hospitals worldwide. A growing number of inpatient health care services are already being pushed to home and outpatient...
Amid backlash from doctors that the recertification process has little value, the American Board of Medical Specialties and its 24 member organizations are collaborating to come up with ways to change it.
Despite the popularity of online physician-rating sites, a new study finds they aren't a credible tool for patients looking for the best doctors.
The numbers tell one story, but what's behind them might be something entirely different. For the first time since the CMS started releasing inpatient claims and payment data, sepsis topped the list as the most common condition or procedure.
Houston's hospitals were well-prepared for Hurricane Harvey. In the past 10 years, hospitals in disaster-prone areas across the country have implemented both structural and operational safeguards to keep patients and staffers safe and prevent major damage.
There's more than one way to become a 5-star hospital
Many of the nation's youngest residents have been returning to classrooms over the past few weeks. But studies show that despite 2.8 million children under the age of 18 gaining health insurance between 2010 and 2015, access to basic services remains out of reach for many.
Public health leaders say hate crimes have a negative health impact on victims and communities.