Keyword: University of Utah Health Care
Hospitals must pursue a deliberate strategy for managing their public image—and a powerful tool for doing so is inpatient clinical data registries.
With much fanfare, federal officials required hospitals nationwide this year to post their “list” prices online. But it’s not yet clear how many are doing it.
A report from U.S. News & World Report and Aetna explores how geographic factors affect patients' health status, plus more healthcare news.
Here's what a new survey from NRC Health found about what the strongest brands are getting right.
Lots of factors are at play when it comes to high healthcare costs. But doctors are sure of one thing: They aren’t to blame.
Family medicine residents at the University of Utah learn the skills needed to lead value improvement efforts.
To accelerate the shift to value-based care, the industry needs a broadly accepted definition of value.
Ed Kopetsky, CIO of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, created the task force after his son died of an overdose last year.
Patients, physicians and employers have very different perspectives on what drives value in healthcare, according to a new survey.
University of Utah Hospital updated its policy for police interactions after an officer arrested a nurse who refused to take a blood sample.