Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
A recent New England Journal of Medicine study is "not an indictment against all care management and care coordination programs," Camden Coalition's CEO says.
Angela Shippy shares her perspectives on quality improvement and C-suite leadership skills.
In the largest-ever study of Medicare sepsis data, the increased rate of beneficiaries hospitalized with sepsis is nearly double the increased rate of enrollment in Medicare.
Cost containment is a common theme of most trends that are expected to affect medical practices over the next 10 years.
Neel Shah is exploring frontiers of OB-GYN, value-based care, and medical innovation.
Since 1997, CVS Health and its subsidiary Aetna have invested more than $1 billion in affordable housing and other social needs.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America CEO Pat Basu discusses three oncology care challenges and three challenges facing the healthcare sector.
Although most cases of novel coronavirus have been reported in China, cases have been reported in 26 countries, including the United States.
A state-funded organization in New York builds partnerships between healthcare providers and social care providers.
For a large, national commercial payer, primary care visits among health plan members decreased 24.2% from 2008 to 2016.