Keyword: Northwell Health
More than five years after speculating that algorithms would replace doctors, Vinod Khosla says “there’s no reason an oncologist should be a human being."
Northwell Health's chief quality officer supports changes to antikickback laws that would give smaller practices access to cybersecurity resources.
The federal risk adjustment and reinsurance programs have been a boon for some insurers and a burden for others.
Northwell Health, New York state’s largest healthcare system, will shutter its health insurance business after experiencing steep financial losses.
Hospitals looking to increase efficiency are applying lean principles to centralized labs, though several key considerations should shape planning.
Healthcare executives are watching Washington closely to see what’s next—and what role they can play in future debates.
Two large health systems have connected with the nation's largest public health information exchange (HIE) to advance population health initiatives.
Thanks to video conferencing, patient-generated data and modern communication tools, medical visits will look vastly different in the future.
As more healthcare providers are launching telehealth programs, hospital executives and vendors have a few words of wisdom—namely, exercise patience.
In an interview with Forbes, leading hospital CEOs discussed some of their strategies to better engage patients in their care.