Keyword: University of Missouri
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services wants to tap into startups and entrepreneurs to help solve systemic health challenges.
Siemens will provide $133 million worth of medical technology and equipment for the University of Missouri’s health research initiatives.
A study shows new mothers are significantly more likely to change hospitals after encountering a surprise bill.
A bill in the Senate would overturn the association plan expansion. Plus: The DOJ says the Arkansas work requirement case needs a new judge.
Although the industry is pushing toward uniform standards, for the time being, hospitals are taking a piecemeal approach to interoperability.
The University of Missouri's new approach to improving patient satisfaction also boosted employee satisfaction.
The ongoing onslaught of regulatory changes in the healthcare industry has left one doctor exhausted—and questioning if he still loves the job.
While few nursing homes currently use HIEs, they must adapt quickly to meet demands to more effectively use technology to improve provider communication.
A new wearable worn on the wrist can help track activity and behavior of patients suffering from dementia, and also may one day be used to keep tabs on the health status of military recruits and soldiers.