Keyword: Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Healthcare leaders pitch a new way to quality measurement: from a patient's perspective.
Twenty-one percent of American adults surveyed report they have personally experienced a medical error.
In Iceland, a combination of behavioral economics, big data and mobile technology is helping to identify individuals at increased risk.
It took a shell-shocking adverse event at two of the nation’s leading health systems to put a spotlight on the need to improve safety culture.
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center has launched a number of new interventions aimed at making staff members feel safer.
Alaska's Southcentral Foundation has brought mental and physical care under one roof for 32 years, and could be a model for the nation.
Leaders can unlock their team's potential by learning unique skills that will allow them to capture the hearts and minds of the people around them.
It can be a tough conversation for most doctors: talking to a patient who is dying.
Digging a little deeper into protocols that hospitals follow rigidly could reveal that some rules are made to be broken.
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement launched a two-year initiative that aims to reduce inequities in healthcare access, treatment and outcomes.