Keyword: California Hospital Association
During any emergency, hospital staff is tasked with using data supplied through technology in order to make quick decisions.
From the first female Democratic doctor in Congress to states considering Medicaid expansion, here's what we'll have our eye on Tuesday night.
California voters approved Proposition 4, a bond measure that provides $1.5 billion for infrastructure upgrades at the state's pediatric hospitals.
California's marketplace will soon start excluding hospitals from in-network plan designations if they don't keep up with quality and safety.
Flu vaccination rates for hospital workers have climbed over the past several years, but there are still some big variations.
Four California hospitals want to reduce the amount of free and discounted care they’re required to provide.
From California Healthline: Medi-Cal patients are swamping California emergency rooms in greater numbers than they did before the Affordable Care Act took effect, despite predictions that the health law would ease the burden on ERs
From Kaiser Health News: Few patients pay a hospital’s full price for a procedure or test. But a new Health Affairs study shows why those charges still matter.
Sutter Health's demand for arbitration from self-insured employer groups could become a patient safety issue.