John Commins is a content specialist and online news editor for HealthLeaders, a Simplify Compliance brand.
In 2009, EHRs correctly issued alerts about potential medication problems only 54% of the time. By 2018, EHRs detected about 66% of these errors. -
A critical first step in understanding the potential routes of transmission is knowing which tissues the virus is capable of infecting.
More than 80% of healthcare executives express concerns about a post-pandemic reopening with the threat of a second wave looming.
The North Carolina-based health system is the first in the nation to be granted a waiver by the FAA.
Beneficiaries who use insulin and join a plan participating in the voluntary model, beginning January 2021, could see average out-of-pocket savings of $446.
Steep volume and revenue drops drove record-poor margin performances.
Confusion about lethality comparisons may be owing to "a knowledge gap" in how the CDC reports on seasonal influenza and COVID-19.
Net operating income dropped 88% for the first three months of 2020, after a near-total shutdown of elective and outpatient services in the final two weeks of March.
Dr. Qing Wang allegedly failed to disclose to NIH that he was also receiving grant money from the Chinese government.
Economists looked at social distancing strategies adopted in U.S. counties in the past two months and the impact they had.