The nation’s drive toward new healthcare delivery models of care was made possible by the past decade’s unprecedented investment in health information
Professional burnout is a widespread phenomenon among physicians that threatens their well-being and patient safety. This report examines ways organizations can improve physician wellness. Published April 16, 2015.
As pressure mounts on hospitals to improve quality and reduce costs, they have turned to medicine's fastest-growing physician specialty—hospital medicine—to improve clinical performance and operational efficiency. An estimated 72% of U.S. hospitals today use hospitalists, and research...
Healthcare-associated infections (HAI) inside hospitals are a worldwide problem. A special subset, called "superbugs," have the ability to withstand antibiotic defenses. This