Topic: Critical Access Hospitals
A new American Hospital Association-commissioned report released Wednesday concluded consolidation can actually reduce costs.
U.S. hospitals appeared to bounce back in July thanks to an unexpected uptick in inpatient and emergency department volumes, a new report found.
Hospitals are increasingly seeking creative solutions that will allow them to reduce costs and provide better patient care, among other things.
Some hospitals say they are struggling with how to meet CMS' proposal to post payer-negotiated rates online.
Here's a look at some of the largest deals of the quarter.
Kalispell Regional Healthcare, a regional health system in western Montana, has announced the opening of its first pediatric hospital.
City of Hope is planning to build a cancer campus including an outpatient and clinical research facility as well as an inpatient hospital in Orange County.
Among healthcare topics addressed during the State of the Union, Trump announced an initiative aimed at ending the HIV epidemic in the U.S.
Nearly 75% of non-federal acute care hospitals routinely use fax or mail to receive summary of care records from providers outside their system.
Calling the growing problem of maternal mortality "ridiculous," Rep. Robin Kelly is seeking to rally support around legislation that would require protocols in hospitals for protecting new mothers and standardize data collection to help health officials better track the issue.