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The high-profile deaths this month of celebrity designer Kate Spade and TV personality Anthony Bourdain pushed suicide into the national spotlight. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the nation. »
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb has quieted many of his critics. An unprecedented level of transparency and public disclosure has garnered support from across the industry.
Total compensation paid to the leaders of the largest not-for-profit healthcare associations exceeded $1 million in at least 15 instances, according to IRS Form 990 tax filings for 2016.
Drug shortages continue to keep providers across the nation scrambling to find options for patient care. A new survey from the American College of Emergency Physicians found that 9 in 10 doctors are taking time away from patients as they search for alternative therapies.
In laying out the Trump administration's strategy for reducing drug prices, HHS Secretary Alex Azar suggested pumping up Medicare Part D by moving some expensive drugs out of Part B.
Healthcare continues to be a job generator, adding a net total of 24,000 positions in April alone. But the news isn't all rosy. Major shortages are expected in some critical areas over the next decade, including a potential gap of 121,000 physicians by 2030.
The transition to value-based care is creating new opportunities and challenges for health systems. TriHealth has been a pioneer on this journey by investing in the people, processes and technology that have enabled them to get started and to scale their efforts. This webinar will share TriHealth's story, including how they began and how they will chart their path forward in 2018 and beyond.
No stone is left unturned as providers continue to look for ways to tighten their belts. Outsourcing continues to be one of the most favored approaches, although exactly where outsourcing is taking place may come as a surprise.
With spring in the air, so is pollen. Allergy sufferers from coast to coast, get ready. AccuWeather reported that some parts of the country are already seeing the highest pollen counts ever recorded.
April is National Minority Health Month. Along with the ongoing challenge of eliminating disparities in care, both insurance and access to care also vary based on race.
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