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A new report found patients at hospitals with a "C" grade or below had an 88% higher risk of avoidable death.
Quality measures used in bundled payment programs don't provide the full picture of the care experience, experts say.
Hospitals grappling with care delivery reforms should engage two groups: governance board members and patients.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins are using big data analytics to identify and prevent diagnostic errors more quickly than with other methods.
Patient safety expert Peter Pronovost, M.D., announced on Twitter that he will leave Johns Hopkins for UnitedHealthcare.
There isn’t much agreement on what exactly defines a high-performing health system, according to a new study.
Healthcare organizations can end up significantly overpaying for new healthcare technologies when they don't have integrated systems.
Johns Hopkins’ Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety will partner with 750 U.S. hospitals to improve surgical care under a new federal contract.
Discharge instructions offered to patients are often generic and ambiguous. One way to improve outcomes and communication with patients is to provide them with more personalized, digital checklists before they head home.
Intensive care units have been particularly resistant to changes hospitals must make to adapt to the modern landscape, but now experts are working to design “smart” ICUs to bring them into the modern era.