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A program in Maryland to cut healthcare spending while improving outcomes, didn't achieve all its goals.
New research shows that clinicians need better strategies to provide care to sepsis patients after discharge.
University of Pittsburgh researchers are trying a new approach to help doctors recognize trauma signs: video games.
A Medicare pay-for-performance program may have done more harm than good, researchers say. And that doesn’t bode well for MIPS.
The costs of the country’s first gene therapy will be higher than many imagined, reaching $1 million or more per patient, say leading cancer experts.
The rapid evolution of health technology is reshaping the health IT workforce as employers place more emphasis on specialized skill sets including analytics.
A new study shows the value of integrating caregivers into the discharge process for elderly patients: far fewer readmissions.
A new study shows that older patients are interested in using patient portals, but need an educational boost from hospitals.
Women are less likely than men to be selected to speak during grand rounds, lectures that share new research and guidelines within clinical groups, according to a new study.
It may be time to add sepsis to the list of medical conditions that Medicare tracks under the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program.