Keyword: University of Colorado School of Medicine
CareDox and Children's Hospital Colorado are taking an in-school asthma management program nationwide.
The times (and laws) have changed when it comes to marijuana use, leaving many doctors with a big question: “What do we tell our patients?”
Medicaid expansion decreased the number of people without insurance, and in turn may have prevented some cash-strapped hospitals from closing.
Technological advances and a push for better accessibility are changing the hospital’s role as the center of gravity for patient care.
In rural areas of the country, doctors, their assistants and patients feel the effects of a shortage of providers.
New research could help hospitals not only predict which patients will become frequent ER users over time but also help change their behavior.
Communication gaps between doctors and home-based health providers put elderly patients at risk.
As providers prepare for potential upheaval in healthcare regulations, they are reaching out to legislators to remind them about primary care.
Physicians working in intensive care units are at high risk for burnout, and experts want those doctors to know they are not alone.
A Colorado data analytics initiative saw a boost in performance after transitioning its data warehouse from an in-house system to a cloud-based approach.