Keyword: University of Arizona
In a growing number of states, patients who get opioids may leave their doctors’ offices with prescription for naloxone, an overdose reversal drug.
A new study finds evidence that it is well worth a provider’s time to recognize and reward nurses for their work.
A former physician at Emory Healthcare placed patient files on a OneDrive account that was accessible to other University of Arizona employees.
In the wake of Benjamin Chu’s sudden departure in June after a year as CEO, five more executives have announced plans to leave the system.
Michael Covert, CEO of CHI St. Luke’s Health in Houston, a member of the Catholic Health Initiatives system, resigned earlier this week.
As the healthcare industry embraces new population health initiatives, it’s important that such culture is defined by a modern standard, according to two experts.
A new University of Arizona crowdsourcing app aims to detect and track, as well as prevent spread of the Zika virus.
An Arizona doctor spent his sabbatical on a cross-country bike ride talking with Americans he encountered along the 3,255 miles about the Affordable Care Act.
Thirty-six percent of Americans are obese, but a surprising 75 percent say they eat healthy, reports NPR.