Keyword: Virginia Commonwealth University
A nationwide effort to improve and coordinate patient safety measures will strive to make a connection between workplace and patient safety.
Welcome to this week's Chutes & Ladders, our roundup of hirings, firings and retirings throughout the industry.
Research out of Virginia Commonwealth University shows patients with sepsis could have a faster recovery when treated with vitamin C infusions.
A one-minute emergency department waiting room survey can offer insight into a person’s unmet needs and what social services are already offered.
Although healthcare plays a role, behavioral and social factors have significantly more influence on longevity of people in the U.S., according to a new study.
What’s the best medical school for primary care? How about for surgery?
Execs at several major health systems gathered on Capitol Hill on Wednesday to provide a deeper look at the risks they face if savings are cut significantly.
A new study finds evidence that it is well worth a provider’s time to recognize and reward nurses for their work.
Trevor Fetter's early departure is just one of the many executive moves in the healthcare industry.
Small cash incentives are one way to get low-income people who have just gotten healthcare coverage into the doctor’s office.