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Lyft has hired a vice president to oversee the growth of its healthcare business, plus more healthcare headlines.
Leadership rounds can encourage conversation with frontline staff on crucial issues, and a study suggests that could lead to better infection control.
Primary care physicians spend more than half of their workday interacting with electronic health records, a new study found.
Physicians using technology to supplement in-person care may not be seeing the benefits they expect.
Opioid diversion led to the 2014 outbreak of Serratia marcescens at a Wisconsin hospital, researchers have found.
There are few black female physicians in the country, and they face some unique challenges.
From Kaiser Health News: One terminally ill man's hope to be disconnected from his respirator and donate his organs was almost thwarted, despite his best laid plans.
With deadly falls on the rise among elderly patients, public health experts are crafting strategies to deal with what they call an “epidemic.”