Keyword: The Chartis Group
Rural hospitals that are already in dire financial straits are bracing now for the COVID-19 outbreak that is racing through urban areas.
A record-setting 19 rural hospitals closed last year, as researchers aim to pinpoint the leading indicators that a facility will shutter.
HIMSS has appointed former health IT consultant and Kaiser Permanente executive Harold “Hal” Wolf III as the organization’s new CEO.
The Senate’s healthcare bill could spell doom for some cash-strapped rural hospitals, many of which are already vulnerable to closure.
Although the fate of the Republican House plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act is still unclear, a new analysis says children’s hospitals will face massive funding cuts under the legislation and may have to change their care models to survive.
The role of nursing IT leaders at provider organizations simultaneously is becoming more high-profile and strategic as healthcare shifts to valuing quality over volume.