The newly launched Center for Connected Health will be largest telehealth hub in the Philadelphia region, according to Penn Medicine.
Hospital patients are still interested in chaplain services, even as fewer people identify as religious, plus more healthcare headlines.
Much like the sports world, which balances in-person attendance and at-home viewership, healthcare is learning to mix in-person care with virtual options.
At Brigham and Women's, a "home hospital" care model shows cost-cutting promise—without negatively impacting quality or patient safety.
The healthcare industry is keeping up momentum in the transition to value-based care, but one challenge remains a major barrier—interoperability.
Alan J. Burgener, a consultant and former senior hospital administrator, is not convinced healthcare is ripe for disruption.
Nonprofit hospitals will have to take a hard look at the impact of the Republican tax overhaul on their organizations and the salaries they pay.
Texas hospitals' response to Hurricane Harvey reveals lessons that can help providers better prepare for wide-scale disasters.
The University of California, San Francisco has received a $500 million gift toward a new $1.5 billion hospital at its Parnassus Heights campus.
Oregon Health & Science University called the transplant policy “archaic” and immediately terminated it.