A Minneapolis medical center has looked to an unlikely source for architectural inspiration: Apple.
Top health systems in the country earned high marks in emergency room wait times, cost effectiveness and patient rating, according to Truven Health Analytics' list of top 15 health systems for 2016.
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Loyalty programs like ones offered by airlines and hotels that offer customer perks and rewards could help accountable care organizations (ACOs) retain patients, according to an article in JAMA The Journal of the American Medical Association.
Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital is publicly sharing stories about medical errors made at the hospital in a blog that officials hope will reduce the risk of future mistakes, Becker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality reported.
Making patients, not doctors, the focus of marketing efforts helps New York-Presbyterian Hospital connect with consumers newly empowered to pick and choose among healthcare providers, said the hospital's chief marketing officer.
For the past 14 years, consumers who participated in the annual Gallup poll voted nurses as the most honest of all professions in America
Bedless hospitals. Mega hospital and insurer mergers. A growing consumer appetite for virtual health interactions. Those are among PwC's predictions for top healthcare industry trends for the new year in a report released today.
The healthcare industry has fallen behind in marketing compared to sectors such as insurance, but to survive amid stiff competition, healthcare organizations must adopt more innovative approaches to survive, according to an article published by Chief Marketer.
A North Jersey hospital is launching a program to attract Filipino-American patients by providing culturally sensitive medical care that includes Tagalog-speaking caregivers and Filipino food choices for patients.