Jefferson Health CEO Dr. Steven Klasko argued that healthcare is migrating to a B-to-C business model, during a session with analyst Paul Keckley at Project Japan’s Transformation Summit. »
The latest data come after the Trump administration proposed major rules to make it easier for patients to access electronic information.
Eagle County leaders are collaborating to improve behavioral health services in the area, including a $60 million commitment over 10 years from Vail Health.
Nashville-based hospital chain HCA found that using the antiseptic soap chlorhexidine on patients with central lines and lumbar drains greatly reduced the risk for infection.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, N.C., recently hired a dietitian to visit malnourished patients at their homes to address the barriers they face to eating healthy.
Sutter Health is teaming up with Ada Health to offer its patients a symptom checker tool designed to help them decide whether they need to get care and where. It's one of several partnerships between health systems and companies offering such tools.
The National Quality Forum and the Aetna Foundation's initiative will identify best practices that address social determinants of health and reduce health disparities over the next nine months.
Pew Charitable Trusts is adding data from drugmaker Novartis' now-defunct antibiotics research programs to its open source information-sharing platform in an effort to jump-start development of products to combat antimicrobial-resistant pathogens.
The incoming Congress may bring lawmakers into the fraught but relatively under-the-radar debate over how the U.S. should distribute organs.
Health insurers say investing in digital tools and other technologies can help them improve the customer experience by giving plan members a personalized, frictionless healthcare experience.
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