Topic: Physician Engagement
Today, Catholic hospitals are much less likely to be run by nuns as they are by lay executives. The shift has been noticed.
North Carolina-based Premier Inc. will acquire health tech company Stanson Health in a $51.5 million deal expected to close by the end of the year.
Building on its efforts to transform medical schools, the American Medical Association is now turning its eye—and its funding—to residency training.
Michael O'Connell of Stanford Health Care interviewed medical practices about what they have done to save money. Here are 30 of the best ideas.
The FDA will hold a two-day public meeting in December, asking external advisers to consider various options for increased naloxone availability.
Alternative payment model participation is growing, but there’s more work to be done to drive providers to take on risk, according to a new report.
Officials at Johns Hopkins University plan to name a new research building after Henrietta Lacks, plus more healthcare headlines from around the web.
Nearly half of emergency department physicians have been assaulted on the job, according to a new report.
Ten years ago, Mel Robbins says her life was a mess until she stumbled on what she calls the five-second rule. It's a solution that could help doctors struggling with burnout.