Topic: Patient Satisfaction
Michigan Medicine plans to build a new $920 million inpatient hospital with 264 private rooms capable of converting to intensive care rooms.
What is the return on investment of telehealth programs? It's based on more than just reimbursement revenue.
Healthcare providers who need to connect with patients have more competition than ever in grabbing their attention. These five steps can help.
Providence Health Plan is notifying about 122,000 members that their personal information may have been exposed in a security breach.
Shouldn’t we focus on preventing kidney failure from happening in the first place?
Three recommendations for what health system executives can do to improve the patient financial experience.
Virtual care, remote monitoring, telehealth and other technologies have long been on the “nice to have” list for healthcare. But that's changing.
Six technologies have had the most positive impact on the operation of physician practices.
UPMC Health Plan has designated nine providers as members of its new Center of Excellence for hip and knee replacement surgery.
Here's how physicians can get closer to a care model in which they treat patients with the respect they deserve.