Hundreds of hospitals in Hurricane Florence's path initially hunkered down or closed to weather the brunt of the storm—but many of those facilities are back up and running. Advisory Board's Tomi Ogundimu and Praveena Fernes outline 5 key ways that hospitals can prepare for future disasters and mitigate their health impacts.
Rude clerical staff and yawning doctors are a few of the reasons why Geisinger Health System has refunded patients more than $1 million over the past three years, Joe Sylvester reports for The Daily Item.
How do leading health systems foster a culture of innovation? Executives from Cleveland Clinic, UPMC, and Rush University Medical Center shared seven secrets to innovation in a recent interview with Healthcare Finance News.
After dedicating years—or even decades—of their lives to schooling and training, some doctors decide to leave medicine. Why? Nicole Spector reports for NBC News on what's leading doctors to pursue other careers.
Maryjane Behforouz spent a more than a year visiting specialists to find an explanation to the constant "clicking" sound in her ear. She'd nearly given up hope—until she found a doctor who diagnosed her condition within minutes, simply by carefully listening to her story, Sandra Boodman reports for the Washington Post.
More states reported adult obesity rates of 35% and higher in 2017 than in 2016—and the highest prevalence of obesity was among adults ages 45-54, according to new CDC data. See how your state fared on our interactive map.