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Clinicians are so focused on fixing problems and saving lives that they often avoid talking to patients about their prognosis.
Anthem might be poised to exit more Affordable Care Act exchanges, UnitedHealth might buy a Chilean company and more industry news.
In an unusual move, Baylor Scott & White will create a new Office of the President position instead of having James Hinton continue to serve as both president and CEO of the organization.
From Kaiser Health News: Texas is asking the Trump administration to renew a 2011 agreement set to expire in December that helps pay hospitals’ costs of caring for the state’s uninsured residents.
Nearly 70% of patients with hospital bills of $500 or less didn’t pay off the full balance in 2016, according to a new report.
The supply chain puts items into the hands of hospital staff. The problem is, sometimes they don’t want to let go—even when a change could save money.
Need a good supply chain manager for your hospital or healthcare system? These days, you might have some luck finding them outside of healthcare.
A group of Texas informatics researchers are urging hospitals to utilize daily safety huddles to identify EHR shortcomings that impact patient care.
Hospitals that have had the most success with reducing patient falls share two common traits: They take the time to measure and analyze specific contributing factors that led to falls and they also have a culture that supports “zero falls.”
Continued financial struggles for insurers that participate on exchange markets will alter the composition of health plans available on insurance exchanges in 2017.