Seniors that consistently see the same physician in an outpatient setting are more likely to avoid an emergency room visit.

Patients are less likely to be put in restraints when hospitals have more registered nurses on duty, new research has found.

A Johns Hopkins research team is building a model for health providers to use when a disaster occurs by asking the public which patients should take precedence…

Further scrutiny isn’t moving the needle on medical errors in Massachusetts, where the rate of preventable errors grew 60 percent last year, according to The…

In an exclusive interview, Priority Health Chief Operating Officer Mike Koziara explains why his organization is participating in Comprehensive Primary Care…

Mount Sinai medical school’s new Center for Computational and Systems Pathology will combine advanced technology, computer science and mathematical techniques…

​​​​​​​Hospitals designed to be “baby-friendly” may have unintended consequences for newborns, according to a new viewpoint published in JAMA Pediatrics.

It's concerning enough that the developers of an EHR are also the hospital's leaders; but are they really using the facility as a testing ground to…

Despite differences in health IT use, researchers say a multicountry effort to collect benchmark measures of adoption can deliver actionable insights.