Topic: Patient Satisfaction
Wait times are long in Canada under a single-payer system, raising debate about whether they would translate to the U.S. under Medicare-for-all.
A significant challenge in quality improvement is demonstrating the return on investment in such initiatives, but a prioritization framework may help.
It's time for healthcare to evolve, according to physician and social media personality Zubin Damania, M.D.
A coalition is seeking legislative remedies against surprise medical bills such as requiring that patients be informed when care is out of network.
A new study suggests that doctors may be prescribing statins—one of the most commonly prescribed drugs worldwide—to too many of their patients.
A new study uses that data from online patient reviews to identify some of the strengths and weaknesses in emergency and urgent care.
Humana’s annual assessment of value-based care portrays continued progress and growing promise for outcomes-based payment methodologies.
Cigna made remarkable gains over its subpar customer satisfaction figures from 2017, but its score still pales in comparison with industry leaders.
Today, Catholic hospitals are much less likely to be run by nuns as they are by lay executives. The shift has been noticed.
The Trump administration stopped action last year to update standards for accessible medical treatment within the Americans with Disabilities Act.