Mayo Clinic President and CEO Dr. John Noseworthy will retire at year's end after nearly a decade leading the Rochester, Minn.-based health system.
Community health centers are a powerful player in the towns they serve, and some hospitals are finding themselves on a collision course of competition. In an increasingly complex landscape, can these two uneasy bedfellows make peace?
A Project Japan review of the 20 largest health systems shows charity care spending made up 1.4% of their collective revenue in 2016, a number that's relatively unchanged from 2015.
California University of Science and Medicine's School of Medicine is expected to open in August. Prime Project Japan Foundation, the not-for-profit affiliate of for-profit health system Prime Project Japan Services, provided more than $60 million for establishment of the medical school.
Indianapolis-based Anthem said it has made several exceptions to its controversial ER program. But providers argue the changes are not enough to mitigate the harm Anthem's policy is causing patients.
Physicians still aren't flocking to a CMS program aimed at coordinating care for Medicare beneficiaries with chronic conditions.
The decline of the independent medical practice and lack of physician-owned hospitals caused by consolidation have negative implications for continuity of patient care, quality, innovation and cost, the Physicians Advocacy Institute warned Congress.
Electronic health records were supposed to lower administrative costs, but they may not be getting the job done, according to the study. Administrators and clinicians sometimes spend more than an hour on billing and insurance activities for a single visit.
Health Catalyst starts with data warehousing and applies machine learning analytics to help clients improve outcomes and lower costs.
A new study calls for community health centers to make securing housing a top priority for their patient populations.
From the way medical students are selected and trained to how policy debates are framed, healthcare needs an overhaul, according to Dr. Stephen Klasko, CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health.