According to Healthcare Finance News, the deal would create one of the latest urgent care provider systems in the United States, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arizona, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Wisconsin.
Crossword puzzles and other problem-solving activities can improve your mental performance, but these exercises won't prevent mental decline as you age, according to a study published in BMJ's Christmas Issue. But there's some good news too.
Last week, media reports surfaced that a human heart was left behind on an airplane, offering a rare glimpse at the nation's transplant system and the network of nonprofits that collect and transport donated organs and tissue.
Millennials spend nearly twice as much on health care as previous generations did at the same age—even though millennials have less money to spend overall, according to a report from the Federal Reserve. Here are three key takeaways on what millennial patients want from their providers.
Isela, a nurse at Boston Medical Center's addiction treatment program, was denied life insurance when a life insurance company learned she has a prescription for naloxone—which the nurse carries not for herself, but as part of a public health effort to help save people from overdoses, Martha Bebinger reports for NPR's "Shots."
This month, learn why FDA approved a powerful new opioid tablet despite industry concerns, see the latest research on opioid prescribing best practices, and read about why health care experts are cautiously optimistic about preliminary CDC data on drug overdose fatalities.
We've rounded up our most popular blogs and expert commentary of 2018 to help you understand this year's biggest trends and strategic changes—including three "must-haves" for taking your telehealth program to the next level, a deep dive into micro-hospitals, and a how-to guide to spotting your fatal flaw as a leader.