Our take: What the big new study on stents means for hospitals

A large, federally funded study found that bypass surgeries and stents were not more effective than medical management at preventing heart attacks or deaths. According to Advisory Board's Julie Bass and Manasi Kapoor, the findings could bring greater scrutiny to common cardiovascular procedures—and impart important lessons about assessing value.

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AdventHealth CEO Daryl Tol hid his panic disorder for decades. Now he's opening up.

After hiding his anxiety disorder for decades, Daryl Tol, CEO of AdventHealth's Central Florida division, during a public address on Wednesday, opened up about his past and current struggles with mental health.

10 years, $2.1B: Inside Stanford's Apple-inspired new hospital

Stanford Health Care on Sunday opened a new $2.1 billion facility that's using Apple as inspiration for making "the hospital more hospitable," the Wall Street Journal reports.

Around the nation: Meet the Air Zoom Pulse—Nike's new shoe for health care's 'everyday heroes'

Nike designed the shoe with insights from the medical providers at OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital in Oregon, in today's bite-sized hospital and health care industry news from Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania, and Oregon.

Measles may be even more dangerous than you think

While measles is often thought of as a 'childhood' disease from which people can recover, new research shows that measles can wreak long-term havoc on your immune system, making you much more susceptible to future viruses and infections of all sorts.

The 2019-2020 flu season so far, charted

Three states are experiencing widespread flu activity, while 27 states are experiencing local or regional flu activity so far in the 2019-2020 flu season, according to the latest CDC data.