New Hampshire-based health systems Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health and GraniteOne Health are planning to merge.
Some providers are launching internal development and career pathway programs to train employees to fill workforce gaps.
A new research report warns that opioid drug prescriptions associated with the dental procedure may be leading to long-term use among young people.
The former CEO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health System has been tapped for a senior level position at Microsoft.
A Johns Hopkins surgeon wants to change how doctors determine the proper painkiller prescription to send home with a patient based on the procedure.
Much like the sports world, which balances in-person attendance and at-home viewership, healthcare is learning to mix in-person care with virtual options.
As the opioid crisis continues, it begs the question—should hospitals be punished for overprescribing painkillers to patients after surgery?
An 85-year-old doctor is going to court to keep her medical license, which is at risk because she doesn’t use computers.
ONC's Andrew Gettinger, M.D., raises the alarm about patient safety threats, interoperability roadblocks and other problems with EHRs.
A New Hampshire doctor has had his license restored and can return to practice following a suspension for opioid use.