There will be an estimated shortage of 1.2 million nurses in the U.S. by 2022. But Nomad Health's CEO thinks his platform can help solve that problem.
Columbia University School of Nursing's new facility will open this fall with 12 high-tech simulation rooms, allowing nurses to practice in a range of realistic care settings before going out into the field.
The Trump administration hinted to consumer organizations last week that it may repeal an Obama-era regulation that prohibits nursing homes from requiring patients to enter binding arbitration agreements.
Pennsylvania is considering legislation that would allow nurse practitioners to practice in rural or underserved areas without the supervision of a physician.
An order requiring 53 skilled-nursing facilities to return more than $347 million in false claims would cause 183 centers to "collapse," a federal judge said.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday questioned the validity of arbitration agreements used by nursing homes in a case involving Kindred Healthcare.
Kindred is selling its 91 skilled-nursing homes and will implement a new strategy that relies upon preferred partnerships with other nursing home operators to ensure a smooth patient handoff..
How to ensure healthcare professionals are not misusing, or complete avoiding, any key messages and practices.
The Veteran Affairs Department believes the rule will make it easier for veterans to be seen by medical professionals. The American Medical Association is one of the physician groups that says it "lowers" the standard of care.
By leveraging technological advances, healthcare professionals have the unique ability to shape the care delivery of the future.
Albert Wright has been promoted to president and CEO of West Virginia University Medicine. He replaces Dr. Christopher Colenda, who retired in August.
Kindred Healthcare has agreed to pay Ventas $700 million for 36 nursing homes Ventas owns and leases to Kindred. The deal frees Kindred to sell them so Kindred can eventually exit the nursing home business.