Medicare beneficiaries are projected to spend half of their Social Security income on health care costs in 2030; increasing access to preventive care is beneficial, but research shows it doesn't lower health care spending; and more.
Many health care industry observers are skeptical that Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase will "disrupt" health care with a partnership they announced Tuesday—but dissenting voices say the "opportunities are enormous," and some providers expressed optimism about the partnership.
Before the call center was established, Arkansas was one of two states that directed callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to crisis intervention providers in other states, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arkansas, Georgia, and Indiana.
Facing a big decision? You're probably suffering from cognitive biases that make it harder for you to make good choices, Walter Frick writes for Harvard Business Review—but three simple rules can help you do better.
Grady Memorial Hospital is using a first-of-its-kind mobile unit, known as Carolinas MED-1, in the hospital's parking lot to treat a record number of influenza patients seeking care at the hospital's emergency department.