Keyword: Florida Hospital
The Surgeon General released a public health advisory urging more Americans to carry naloxone and more physician practice news from around the web.
Hospitals have turned to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico to recruit nurses as more RNs on the mainland retire.
Free-standing ERs began to pop up in Texas eight years ago, but now economists say the business model grew too fast.
Disney has bypassed insurers and will work directly with Orlando hospitals to provide health benefits to its employees.
Orlando Health and Florida Hospital have announced they will not charge victims of the Pulse nightclub shootings for the care they received.
Guest post by Mark Hertling, who leads programs for global partnering, leadership, development and health performance strategies at Florida Hospital in Orlando.
Just like the country, healthcare need great leaders. As decisions are made that will determine how our healthcare system will work in the future, it’s important the voices of doctors are heard in the discussion.
Three South Florida residents have been criminally charged in the largest healthcare fraud scheme to date that used a network of SNFs to bill $1 billion in healthcare claims.
Hospitals need to decide whether to embrace rational or defensible pricing in order to better navigate the current financial environment, according to three finance executives who spoke at the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s Annual National Institute in Las Vegas this week.