Keyword: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
ORLANDO, Fla.—Competition is not the answer to healthcare's woes, according to Don Berwick, M.D. It is the problem.
You’ve no doubt heard of OpenNotes, but is the next step OurNotes, where patients actually contribute to their doctors’ notes?
The ongoing dispute in Albert Lea, Minnesota, highlights one of the major issues in U.S. healthcare policy, observers say.
Inpatients who are cared for by their primary care physicians have lower mortality rates than those treated by hospitalists, according to a new study.
Care for patients at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital has never wavered, but the staff is still feeling the repercussion of a fatal shooting.
The number of opioid-related admissions to intensive care has grown, sending treatment costs skyrocketing.
President Donald Trump declares the deadly opioid epidemic is indeed a national emergency.
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center has launched a number of new interventions aimed at making staff members feel safer.
A manufacturer of medical transcription software is still recovering from last month's global cyberattack, leaving hospitals scrambling for new solutions.
There are four primary reasons patients like having access to the notes doctors and other clinicians write after a visit, according to a new study.