Parents will be able to use a username and password to access footage of their children via any internet-accessible device, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
Paul Viviano, CEO of Children's Hospital Los Angeles, writes on The Hill's "Pundits" blog that lawmakers should preserve health care access for children and that the debate is about more than "just one hospital and one patient family."
Recently, Advisory Board sat down with Douglas Swill, the chair of Drinker, Biddle, & Reath LLP's National Health Care Practice, to learn about the main challenges facing providers related to EMTALA today, the boundaries of when the law applies, how to prevent a violation, and what to do if under review.
In a draft proposal, FDA recommended that doctors become more familiar with alternative therapies for treating pain, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, physical therapy, acupuncture, and chiropractics.
MedStar Health officials say provider practices in a pilot program with CVS Health saw medication compliance improve from 60 percent to more than 90 percent among patients taking at least six drugs daily.
Up to 7,000 patients treated at what was once called the Mississippi State Lunatic Asylum are buried in undeveloped land at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Now, officials are proposing a plan to honor the deceased and provide insight into how mental health patients were treated more than a century ago.