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With the patient portal has come the challenge of portal messaging that allows parents and clinicians to exchange email-type messages electronically.
Physician burnout costs the U.S. healthcare industry an estimated $4.6 billion a year because of doctor turnover and reduced clinical hours.
Anthem and Cigna are in Delaware court to settle the remains of their failed merger, plus more insurance headlines.
José Baselga, M.D., has a new job in the pharmaceutical industry after an ethics scandal forced him out at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
For the third time in less than a year, a district court dismissed antitrust complaints brought against Kaiser Permanente.
The "broken" drug pricing system in the U.S. is forcing some patients to make decisions that can negatively impact their health, experts warn.
At Cleveland Clinic, a positive patient experience starts with a little empathy.
Michael Kanter, M.D., explains how the Southern California Permanente Medical Group cut opioid prescriptions.
The Permanente Medical Group took several steps to improve patient flow in Kaiser Permanente emergency rooms.
A few adjustments could make hospitalists more efficient and improve the quality of patient care, says Robert Pearl, M.D.