Keyword: Mount Sinai Health System
Some healthcare organizations are turning to mobile clinics to meet underserved populations where they are.
Relying on EHRs for integrated sepsis care protocols could have unintended consequences, including a rise in superbug infections.
The law doesn’t require Medicare ACOs to disclose their physician payment incentives, and now a new study finds that most aren't willing to either.
Hospitals could be in trouble if the Senate approves the current version of the Republican Better Care Reconciliation Act, warns Toby Cosgrove.
Two large health systems have connected with the nation's largest public health information exchange (HIE) to advance population health initiatives.
Though healthcare disparities are well-documented, providers and payers haven’t figured out how to link reducing disparities to new payment models.
One New York health system is addressing an unmet need for its most vulnerable and indigent patients: free legal services.
Recent announcements show no letup of merger mania in the first couple of months of the second quarter of 2017.
Years from now, machines may be able to diagnose diseases like cancer simply by analyzing a patient’s smell.
Hospital systems are showing that tech-based interventions can lead to significant costs savings for high-acuity patients.