Closed hospitals in New Jersey are no longer abandoned buildings thanks to developers who purchase and reopen them as private medical facilities that provide similar services, the New York Times reports.
Although jokes at the expense of doctors and hospitals aren't new, researchers who looked at the popularity of the one-liners on Facebook say the study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research provides insight into the use of social networking sites for research related to health and medicine.
The National Quality Forum will conduct an internal review in response to recent conflict-of-interest allegations, according to a report released Friday.
If you build it, they will come. At least that's what it looks like given the amount of construction projects on tap at hospitals across the country.
Hospitals' reputations and prices have little bearing on their care quality, according to a new study published in Health Affairs.
Open visiting hours, wellness mobile applications and groundbreaking for a new cardiovascular facility are just a few of the results of Rex Healthcare's focus on patient engagement. In an exclusive interview with FierceHealthcare,. Chad Lefteris, Rex Healthcare's vice president of operations, explains how the North Carolina not-for-profit healthcare system involve patients in every aspect of their care
There's a right way and a wrong way to advertise your hospital or hospital system, and the question of how to implement the most effective marketing strategies is a frequent concern. Here are...
Jenn Riggle, vice president at Weber Shandwick Worldwide and member of its healthcare practice, offers five marketing lessons hospital leaders can learn from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in a blog post for Hospital Impact.
These 18 hospitals are the most eye-pleasing, comfort-focused hospitals in the world, according to Online Masters in Public Health.
As the implementation of healthcare reform draws closer, outreach groups are turning to physicians to help spread accurate information.