In deciding how best to use ancillary care providers, hospitals need to select partners so they can coordinate care while still offering their patients choice.
A healthcare technology incubator hopes that the solutions its team is developing that are focused on sepsis will soon make it into mainstream patient care.
A look at the main provisions in the GOP's recently introduced healthcare proposals reveals some lingering unanswered questions.
Before jumping on the “ambulatory CDI” bandwagon, consider these tips to narrow the scope and definition of an ambulatory patient visit.
Like the Oscars, marketing is all about putting on a great show. Even the marketing teams at hospitals can learn a thing or two from Hollywood’s biggest night.
Healthcare organizations must overcome cultural barriers that inhibit it from making meaningful progress toward high reliability and reduced medical errors.
A community hospital in Southern California found that its inpatient rounding program provided significant value to both patients and hospital staff.
In a post-Affordable Care Act environment, “travel for treatment” programs may finally get the attention they deserve.
Two major proposals emerged last week to replace the Affordable Care Act that differ significantly in both content and potential impact.
A multi-stakeholder engagement approach to strategic planning can produce impressive results, as one healthcare executive learned.