The families of former patients in the neonatal intensive care unit at Banner University Medical Center on Saturday reunited with the doctors and nurses who treated their children when they were newborns, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arizona, Florida, and Ohio.
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a case regarding the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board's authority to determine the validity of patents Allergan transferred to the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe.
According to a new report from CB Insights, there are 19 so-called 'unicorns'—startup companies valued at $1 billion or more—in the U.S. health care industry. But as Advisory Board's Russell Davis writes, the real mystery is why investors aren't sinking even more money into an industry ripe for disruption.
Several hospitals are offering bedside tablets to patients and their caregivers to make the hospital stay more comfortable and keep patients informed about their medical condition, Fran Kritz reports for the Washington Post.
In response to concerns about coverage denials for opioids, CDC officials in a letter sent last month to three oncology organizations clarified that its 2016 opioid prescribing guidelines should not be used to deny opioid drugs to patients experiencing chronic pain caused by cancer or sickle-cell disease.
Psychology's philosophies and terms are increasingly being used by laypeople, but there are a number of psychological myths that persist among the general public, Stephen Ilardi, an associate professor of psychology at the University of Kansas, writes in a Washington Post perspective piece. Ilardi debunks five of those myths.