A surgeon’s degree of specialization may be a better predictor of whether a patient lives or dies than how many times the doctor performed a procedure,…

Nearly a third of patients who go to a rehabilitation hospital to recover after surgery experience some type of harm, according to a new report from the HHS…

At the Cleveland Clinic, hospital leaders improve the patient experience by teaching communication strategies that promote better relationships between…

Only about 1 in 3 surgeons respond to adverse events by discussing how to prevent the problem from reoccurring, according to a study published in JAMA Surgery.

While the focus on value has shifted the healthcare conversation and resulting actions for the better, in many ways, it still misses a fundamental point.

​To increase patient satisfaction, many hospitals are turning to techniques used in the hospitality industry to keep customers happy.

CMS thought its new “Next Generation” model may resolve the problems that led Pioneer Accountable Care Organizations to give up on the shared savings model.…

New research finds that use of data-driven parameters to modify and reduce alarm limits is one viable option for cutting alarm fatigue.