In the wake of two global cyberattacks, the CIO of Penn Medicine is calling for more federal support in the form of criminal investigations.
Clinicians and administrators bring different strengths to the table, so one of the most effective healthcare leadership strategies is a “dyad model.”
As healthcare facilities face uncertainty over healthcare reform, leaders will consistently be looking to decrease costs, improve accessibility and quality of…
When patients remind doctors about hand hygiene it improves compliance rates, but physicians don't necessarily welcome the suggestion.
The Trump administration will issue this month’s cost-sharing reduction payments to insurers.
Express Scripts will roll out a new program that will limit opioid prescriptions for first-time users.
Only 8% of the 125 healthcare organizations surveyed apply successful practices to meet new consumer expectations.
Patients at Buffalo VA Medical Center may be at risk after an employee failed to properly clean medical scopes.
These tools may better inform patients about their condition and treatment options, but few patients may take advantage of them, experts say.
The CEOs of major health insurance companies are speaking out about the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the aftermath.
The more stress an ER physician experiences, the more likely he or she is to make a mistake, a new study finds.