Your cancer program must revamp its investment strategy to stay competitive and financially sustainable, writes Advisory Board's Deirdre Saulet. Keep reading to learn five imperatives for making oncology program investments that will keep you ahead of the pack.
To curb the spread of illness during the flu season, Mercy Health has become one of the first hospital systems to require all providers to wear waterproof, antimicrobial "super scrubs," in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Missouri, Ohio, and South Carolina.
Writing in the New York Times, Kate Bowler, an assistant professor at Duke Divinity School who has stage IV cancer, reflects on her awkward encounters with friends who don't know how to talk about her disease—and offers suggestions for what to say "when you meet the Angel of Death at a party."
The House today is expected to vote on yet another short-term spending bill that would keep the federal government open through March 23 and fund community health centers (CHCs) for two years—but passage in the Senate is not guaranteed.
Sources tell the Wall Street Journal that JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is easing concerns that his company's recently announced partnership with Amazon and Berkshire Hathaway will interfere with the greater health care industry, noting that the partnership is designed to serve only employees at the three companies.
While the NFL has previously touted studies suggesting that NFL players live longer than the general population, a new study published in JAMA suggests that any mortality advantage disappears when NFL players are compared to similarly trained athletes.
President Trump on Monday took aim at congressional Democrats for pursuing universal health care legislation by citing ongoing protests in the United Kingdom about the country's single-payer health system—but UK officials are firing back, saying that Trump has misinterpreted the protests.