Keyword: Journal of the American Medical Association
An op-ed piece in JAMA warns that meaningful cost reduction in the healthcare industry won’t happen without slowing employment growth in the sector.
Significant health disparities exist between states, according to a new study, highlighting the need for policies that emphasize preventative health.
As many rural hospitals struggle to stay open, Pennsylvania is looking to adopt a global budget payment model that could provide relief.
Common explanations as to why healthcare costs are so high may be wrong, a new study finds.
A brush with sepsis may make patients more likely to be readmitted to the hospital, according to a new study.
The current spotlight on post-acute care outcomes could set the stage for addressing postsurgical disparities, experts say.
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.