Here are ten ways ineffective or nonexistent communication is ruining healthcare.
Public health officials agree that the next major pandemic will be influenza. Are U.S. hospitals ready for it?
68% of employees at healthcare organizations would share sensitive, confidential, or regulated information under certain circumstances.
Here’s how AI algorithms and software are improving the quality and availability of healthcare services.
Four data scientists discuss five data challenges they wish their healthcare partners understood.
It’s essential that every health care encounter is safe and free from harm. Sadly, that isn’t the case.
Healthgrades says it has identified the top 15 percent of facilities when it comes to patients experience.
Reinventing the aural landscape of medicine, to make life calmer for patients and easier for doctors.
Report says margins are improving, especially when systems shed less-profitable facilities.
Out of 32 women in the study who had access to the app, 30 (97%) agreed or strongly agreed that their follow-up care was convenient.