Catholic Health Initiatives and Dignity Health on Thursday said they have selected a name that reflects their mission of service and goal of advancing health care for all, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Alabama, California, and Colorado.
Among the officials just elected to Congress in the 2018 midterms are more than a dozen doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals. Here are the clinicians who will help shape health policy in the 116th Congress.
Advisory Board's Greg Kuhnen and Andrew Rebhan say DeepMind Health's move under Google could be over-hyped, but "there is tremendous potential in translating DeepMind's advances into scalable decision support for patients and providers."
It has been more than two months since the Trump administration's expanded association health plans hit the market—and coverage, at least in Nebraska, is more comprehensive than state officials and industry analysts initially feared.
A new study published in BMJ suggests that diets low in carbs could enable people to burn more calories than other diets—but several nutrition experts say the results may not mean much for real-world dieters.
On Tuesday, leaders at Cambridge Health Alliance sat down with the husband of a woman who died after collapsing outside a locked ED door in 2016, offering their apologies and acknowledging "multiple failures," the Boston Globe reports.
Beginning in January, Walmart will require employees who need spinal surgery to get the procedure at one of a handful of hospitals nationwide that the company has selected for offering better-quality care at lower prices, Melanie Evans reports for the Wall Street Journal.