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A new survey suggests that administrative and billing staff would be a good area of focus for providers seeking to improve patient satisfaction.
One Medical's CEO says its primary care plan will cut costs by 10%, plus other healthcare headlines from around the web.
Insurers are hesitant to reimburse for the treatments, so the number of patients being treated hasn't reached projections.
A judge said Olympus failed to properly disclose internal emails that raised safety concerns about a redesigned medical scope as early as 2008.
A new model for post-ICU care could help patients admitted to a hospital intensive care unit successfully recover from their illnesses.
Four major San Diego hospitals have partnered with regional tourism and business leaders to launch an initiative aimed at boosting medical tourism.
EHR timestamp data are useful tools to measure workflow and productivity. Digital health experts want patients to own their health information.
With a $2.5 million research grant from AHRQ, the Regenstrief Institute plans to build and test automated patient matching software.
Dennis Murphy, CEO of Indiana University Health, is taking a new approach to the traditional “state of the system” address.
A group of doctors, all MBA candidates, are in Washington to meet with policymakers and regulators.