Two Bronx healthcare systems have signed a letter of intent to explore a partnership in the latest sign of consolidation among New York City hospitals.
Dr. Steven Corwin, CEO of New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System, discusses how population health plays into the massive system's strategy for becoming a regional provider.
Data Points for the week of Aug. 15, 2016, covered the following topics: The CMS' new star ratings for overall quality of hospitals
Questions continue to be raised over the data reported to Open Payments, the Affordable Care Act policy that requires drug and device companies to annually report payments to physicians and teaching hospitals.
Northwestern Memorial Hospital agreed to pay $3.3 million in damages after a jury determined a pharmaceutical error led to the overdose and death of a 56-year-old man.
A New Jersey appeals court revived a state law allowing Level I trauma centers to exclusively take over emergency medical services.
Doctors must navigate a dizzying array of high technology, new regulations, and shifting patient expectations. How can medical schools better prepare the physician of tomorrow?
UPMC will pay the government $2.5 million to settle allegations that its neurosurgeons submitted claims to Medicare for surgeries performed by others.
New York-Presbyterian has created a platform to provide a variety of telehealth services, including urgent care to patients across its network and across the country. Patients will also be able to pay an $800 one-time fee to receive a second opinion from a New York-Presbyterian physician.
Doctors and hospital leaders are skeptical of the "July effect," the term describing the mass arrival of new medical graduates that allegedly leads to more medical errors, lower quality of care and even higher mortality rates. They're also working to make sure it isn't real.
Northwestern Memorial HealthCare boosted its operating margin in its fiscal third quarter, as the Chicago-based academic system continues to grow its footprint into the area's affluent suburbs. Northwestern also disclosed an HHS probe and a $50 million settlement.
Davis is the new CEO of VCU Health System Hospitals and Clinics, an academic medical center based in Richmond, Va., effective Oct. 1.