Northwell Health CEO Michael Dowling has executed more than 50 agreements. Writing in Becker's Health Review, Dowling outlines his five tips for creating successful partnerships, affiliations, and joint ventures.
The Affordable Care Act has, some observers say, created "two Americas" for health care as states have taken sharply different approaches to implementing the law—but the House-passed American Health Care Act would create three, each with different implications for hospitals and consumers.
Jamaica is trying to boost its economy by pitching a new kind of medical tourism: Not only does the country want to attract American patients—it wants to attract American doctors to provide the procedures as well, Rebecca Robbins reports for STAT News.
Sodium bicarbonate solution is a simple drug—its base ingredient, baking soda, is a pantry staple—but U.S. hospitals are scrambling to stockpile the drug amid a nationwide shortage, Katie Thomas reports for the New York Times.
Courtney Donlon has only had her nursing license for nine months, but she put her education to good use aboard a JetBlue flight on Monday when she saved a woman's life, Cheryl Makin reports for USA Today.
A federal appeals court on Thursday ruled 10-3 to "affirm in substantial part" a lower court ruling that had temporarily blocked President Trump's executive order banning the issuance of new visas for 90 days to individuals—including providers—from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.