Topic: Patient Satisfaction
Pediatric practices are working to come up with solutions to ensure their patients have access to the behavioral healthcare they need.
Walgreens plans to partner with diagnostics giant LabCorp to open at least 600 testing centers inside Walgreens retail locations over the next four years.
Officials at Johns Hopkins University plan to name a new research building after Henrietta Lacks, plus more healthcare headlines from around the web.
Asking for the specific details allow doctors to earn the trust of their patients and see them as people, says a physician.
It turns out that top-performing physician practices have a few strengths in common.
Technology is putting patients in the driver’s seat, and its advances are enabling what Robin Farmanfarmaian calls “the era of the patient.”
Health systems already have a powerful weapon that can make a major dent in rates of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs): electronic health records.
Children’s Hospital Colorado has removed gender designation from its patient wristbands, plus more healthcare news from around the web.