Keyword: University of Pennsylvania Health System
The University of Pennsylvania sends caregivers into local communities to improve care and cut costs.
A brush with sepsis may make patients more likely to be readmitted to the hospital, according to a new study.
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education is turning its attention to ways to increase patient safety in residency training.
As more physicians work beyond typical retirement age, hospitals must strike a balance between happy doctors and safe patients.
In the wake of two global cyberattacks, the CIO of Penn Medicine is calling for more federal support in the form of criminal investigations.
After launching 90 pilot projects over the last five years, Penn Medicine’s chief innovation officer says the most satisfying innovations improve outcomes.
The high costs associated with testing have spurred a movement to reduce needless tests, but new research shows EHRs might not be the best vehicle.
Humans are social animals, and providers can use those social connections as a driving force for better patient engagement.
The University of Pennsylvania Health System and Independence Blue Cross have agreed to what they describe as a 5-year "groundbreaking" partnership to innovate healthcare, share data and address care gaps for beneficiaries.