Four healthcare leaders on what the industry can do to improve chronic care management, and truly address pain and addiction.
Lack of public accountability means hospitals have little real incentive to fix safety issues, according to a USA Today report.
ERs in New York City generally performed up to task in a series of drills testing their preparedness for communicable diseases, a new study shows.
The Senate HELP committee turned its attention to health industry leaders yesterday at its last hearing on ways to stabilize the ACA marketplaces.
Catholic hospitals are growing in number and so is their impact on reproductive services, according to new research.
A new study adds to mounting evidence that telemedicine can save patients two things they value most: time and money.
Anthem might be poised to exit more Affordable Care Act exchanges, UnitedHealth might buy a Chilean company and more industry news.
Researchers found that hospitals in the highest-performance quartile for quality had significantly lower 30-day readmission rates.
To improve employee engagement and job satisfaction, WellStar Health System began a multiyear transformation into an “employer of choice.”
The use of big data and community and provider outreach are all components of Blue Cross Blue Shield plans' strategies to address the opioid crisis.