As competition among health care providers intensifies, they are under pressure to deliver a high-quality, cost-effective and pleasant consumer experience.
There’s not only a health gap widening between urban and rural areas, but also a growing gap between the way systems of health work in different areas of the country.
Hospitals have seen reductions in uncompensated care and overall improved financial performance.
Public health officials agree that the next major pandemic will be influenza. Are U.S. hospitals ready for it?
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.
How the GOP’s replacement of the ACA could impact healthcare providers.
Is medicine with a side of mysticism still medicine? Hospitals affiliated with Yale, Duke, Johns Hopkins, and others seem to think so.