Remember all those big, audacious goals you set in January? By now, you and your staff have probably been distracted by urgent, day-to-day concerns. Here's the best way to reset your focus on what really matters, according to Advisory Board's Kate Vonderhaar.
Music artist Drake on Monday visited 11-year-old Sofia Sanchez at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital after the rapper saw a video of the girl dancing to one of his songs, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Illinois, and West Virginia.
Public health officials from the United States and abroad scored a significant victory in the global fight against Ebola last month, stopping an outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in less than three months.
A new observational study suggests that when physicians do not follow EHR alerts that notify them when they are deviating from industry guidelines, their patients experience higher inpatient complication rates and health care costs.
State governments in 2015 spent about $1,880 per resident on health care, according to an analysis by 24/7 Wall Street—but the numbers varied widely across the country. Find out how much your state spent on our interactive map.
Some people may imagine that doctors, "with their gigantic salaries, are immune to student debt worries," but doctors increasingly struggle to pay back their "mortgage-size debt"—and that has far-reaching consequences for the health care system, Farzon Nahvi, an ED physician in New York City, writes in a New York Times opinion piece.
The Senate also approved several amendments to the bill, including one that would authorize funding to help HHS develop regulations to require drugmakers to include drugs' list prices in direct-to-consumer advertisements.