Topic: Patient Satisfaction
A new report from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement offers several solutions to address safety concerns in home healthcare.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar said the agency was using DNA testing to reunite families that were separated at the border, plus more healthcare news.
While patients prefer a doctor in a traditional white coat, they don’t care if their doctors have tattoos or piercings, a new study found.
American hospital bills are littered these days with multiplying fees, many of which don’t even exist in other countries.
A "hospital at home" model can improve outcomes while also making for a better patient experience, according to a new study.
A Johns Hopkins surgeon wants to change how doctors determine the proper painkiller prescription to send home with a patient based on the procedure.
Here are three ideas that traditional practices can adapt from urgent care to appeal to the millennial generation.
If you don’t have a dress code at your practice, you might want to adopt one.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced it would postpone the planned July update to its Hospital Compare Star Ratings.
Doctors can help ensure their patients receive the kind of end-of-life-care they want.