After former nurse RaDonda Vaught last month was found guilty of two felonies following a 2017 medical error that led to the death of a patient, nurses and medical professionals across the United States voiced concern that the ruling sets a "dangerous precedent" for the criminal prosecution of medical errors.
During the pandemic, many workers have been overwhelmed by a growing number of meetings, disrupting their work and leading to longer working hours. To combat this "meeting inflation," business experts offer five steps to ensure meetings are productive and beneficial for both individuals and organizations.
Just five conditions make up 50% of health care spending, according to a new report from the Health Action Council and UnitedHealthcare. See the conditions and their associated costs on our interactive chart.
The Biden administration released a proposal to fix what is known as the "family-glitch" in the Affordable Care Act, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Colorado, the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Utah.
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