An assessment looking at 12 health systems that allow patients to download their health records to their smartphones via APIs finds modest uptake.
The National Institutes of Health-led All of Us precision medicine project has enrolled 230,000 participants with another 40,000 people registered.
In a recent study, core antimicrobial interventions were effective in helping to lower the use of antibiotics in four North Carolina community hospitals.
While it continues to oppose “Medicare for All,” the American Medical Association has dropped out of a coalition organized to fight the proposal.
Hospitals must pursue a deliberate strategy for managing their public image—and a powerful tool for doing so is inpatient clinical data registries.
The opioid epidemic prompted some medical centers and groups of physicians to establish surgery-specific prescribing guidelines. How have they worked?
Medical devices and other healthcare technologies are forced to languish when they are authorized for sale by the FDA but not covered by Medicare.
Transfer centers are often overlooked revenue generators in both fee-for-service and fee-for-value payment models.
Two of the largest exchanges have signed an agreement that will enable providers to have access to 20 million patients' health records.
Florida is partnering with the military to share prescription drug data to help providers in the state combat the risk of prescription drug misuse.