Topic: Patient Satisfaction
One-third of consumers have not moved forward with medical treatment because of a lack of trust in the care they were getting.
Massachusetts-based Baystate Health revamped its recognition program to move it online and encourage more peer-to-peer recognition.
In a survey, 23% of people admitted that they have lied to their doctors. Here are eight tips for doctors to encourage patients to tell the truth.
The number of urgent care centers in the U.S. has now topped 9,000, according to a report from an industry group.
Oak Street Health announced today that it will open clinics in two more states this year—in Texas and Tennessee.
CAQH CORE has voted to set a two-day time limit on how quickly health plans must act on prior authorizations.
The following activities should be part of HR’s strategic planning process.
In Texas, 25% of patients say insurers have refused to cover a medicine, procedure, test or scan that a doctor ordered for them or a family member.
Is there an optimal number of patients that primary care doctors should care for? A new study finds there's no evidence-based answer.
While the shift to voice-activated technology in healthcare can reduce common barriers to care, there are still significant challenges to overcome.