Keyword: Journal of the American Medical Association
Top-ranked hospitals don't always earn the same praise from patients, according to a new analysis.
CMS announced the launch of a new bundled payment model this week, not long after canceling two Obama-era models.
There are challenges inherent in being in both the value-based payment world and the fee-for-service world simultaneously.
Hospitals and other health providers can do more to be "sanctuary" facilities to immigrants by having clear policies about interaction with ICE agents.
FDA officials see the promise of data collected through electronic health records, claims data and other sources for drug and device approvals.
Diagnostic errors can occur when doctors aren't "calibrated" to make the right decisions.
These tools may better inform patients about their condition and treatment options, but few patients may take advantage of them, experts say.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins say between 67% and 92% of patients don't use all the pills in their opioid prescriptions.
The next generation of bundled payments should take three steps to better align with population health goals.
As the healthcare industry moves toward value-based care, those payment principles can and should be cautiously applied to community health centers.