Many federal, state and local correctional facilities are turning to telemedicine as a cost-effective solution for providing high quality care.
REITs are hoping more not-for-profit hospital systems will see the wisdom of selling off their real estate to unlock capital for expansion, a strategy increasingly being used by for-profit systems.
School-based health centers have been opening across the country as a new method to provide healthcare to vulnerable populations. “Kids tend to fall through the cracks," said Ishtar Gonzalez, a social worker at a school clinic in the Bronx sponsored by Montefiore Medical Center.
Mental health parity in insurance coverage won't overcome the barriers to access presented by providers who continue to reject third-party reimbursement.
Modern Healthcare recently asked four past honorees— Dr. Don Berwick, Marna Borgstrom, David Entwistle and Warner Thomas, to share their perspectives about where healthcare was when they were chosen and where it's going.
This year we honor the 30th class for Modern Healthcare's Up & Comers awards. The program recognizes healthcare's rising stars—young men and women still in the early phases of their careers but who have already made their marks in the industry.
Members of our 2016 class of Up & Comers, Modern Healthcare's 30th, have a common motivational thread running through their ascents to healthcare leadership: a deep desire to serve and improve the lives of their fellow citizens.
Meet the 12 healthcare leaders age 40 and under who are already making their mark.They are Modern Healthcare's 30th class of Up & Comers.
Medication-assisted treatment for opioid abusers is scarce in rural areas, but three projects aim to develop strategies to make it more accessible.
Expectations that the ACA-driven reduction in charitable care would force the nation's largest not-for-profit healthcare systems to step up their investment in community-based prevention programs have yet to be fulfilled.
Hospitals are increasingly investing in modernizing their food-service systems. Shore Medical Center says the technology is a factor in a 10% improvement in its Press Ganey patient-satisfaction scores and credits the system with saving about $25,000 yearly because of less food waste.
Abbott Vascular's Absorb stent is just one of many expensive devices that hospitals champion in pursuit of being known among consumers as offering the most advanced medical technology around.