Hospital spending grew to $1.1 trillion in 2016, representing 32% of overall US healthcare spending, even as expenditure growth for hospital care slowed to 4.7% from 5.7% in 2015.
The Trend That Disrupted Healthcare Consumerism a Decade Ago Continues to Evolve.
The trend that disrupted healthcare consumerism a decade ago continues to evolve.
Retailers didn't change their business because they didn't want to. Are hospitals and health systems, when presented with the same shift of consumer preference, poised to do any better?
Six in 10 patients with a primary care provider feel cared about by their doctor, but the same proportion would go to an urgent care center to avoid hassles at the PCP office.
OTC remedies, snacks, and personal care products are a few of the available products.
HealthLeaders Media Council members discuss owning or partnering with convenient and urgent care clinics.
The expanded relationship broadens access to patient-centered care, enhances care coordination and chronic disease management, and allows for sharing of treatment guidelines and protocols.
SSM Health takes over operations of in-store clinics at 26 St. Louis area Walgreen stores on Thursday.
The SSM Health Express Clinics at Walgreens — which will operate seven days a week, including evenings — will be staffed by nurse practitioners who will be...
Unlike freestanding EDs, microhospitals are fully licensed hospitals with inpatient beds. So far, they are being developed primarily in a few states: Texas, Colorado, Nevada, and Arizona.