Sure, Geico has that gecko, but can he compete with an enormous urine cup on legs? See and share photos of charming and downright bizarre healthcare mascots.
These apps are among a growing array that companies are pitching as tools to rein in hospital readmissions. Their developers must overcome of variety of barriers, including the need to interact with multiple EHR systems and skepticism that mobile tech can change patient behavior.
ProMedica's loss in federal court against the Federal Trade Commission will be picked apart for years as hospitals and insurers look for clues about how the FTC and judges view hospital mergers. Here are six key documents in the four-year litigation, which could go next to the U.S. Supreme Court.
See what the top execs earned—and the financial and quality criteria their bonuses ride on—at the biggest investor-owned chains.
The ECRI Institute this week released a list of 10 top safety issues facing healthcare organizations. See our photo gallery and find out what made ECRI's list, which is based on a review of 300,000 event reports, research requests and root-cause analyses.
Where does diabetes rank among causes of kidney failure leading to dialysis? View our slideshow and find out.
Famed architect and designer Michael Graves became a "reluctant healthcare expert" after becoming paralyzed from the chest down. See a slideshow of his healthcare-related designs.
See our photo gallery highlighting memorable moments from Health Care Hall of Fame inductee Fred Brown's career. Brown is the former president and CEO of BJC HealthCare in St. Louis.
See a photo gallery highlighting some of Health Care Hall of Fame inductee John Griffith's career achievements. John Griffith is professor emeritus of healthcare management and policy at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
See a photo gallery highlighting key moments of Health Care Hall of Fame inductee Yoshi Honkawa's career. Honkawa was vice president of government and industry relations for Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles from 1978 to 2001.
See a gallery of the 2014 American College of Healthcare Executives honorees and find out about their special achievements.
As the rate of obesity rises, hospitals are under pressure to ensure their facilities are safe for heavy patients and the workers who move them. See our gallery showing some of their upgrades.