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The success of New York’s mandate for protocolized sepsis care offers a nuanced lesson for other states considering similar regulations.
Telemedicine might not be the silver bullet to improve rural healthcare.
Maryland’s global budget model led to a notable decrease in outpatient visits but no significant decline in inpatient visits to rural hospitals.
Prices went up at a rate more than twice what would ordinarily be expected when drugs go into shortage, according to a new study.
The Aetna Foundation has provided Pennsylvania with $1 million to support a data analytics dashboard to track opioid abuse.
A new study found that 28% of all specialty practices are employing nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
The study examined years of life among people of all ages and races from U.S. data over 25 years.
Maryland's ambitious payment overhaul has begun to demonstrate savings and a change in culture, say new reports.
Hospitals research alternatives to saline in IV bags and more hospital news from around the web.
A program in Maryland to cut healthcare spending while improving outcomes, didn't achieve all its goals.