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Workplace Culture Could Drive Physician Burnout, Medical Errors
Physicians who say they are involved in decision-making in a workplace environment that encourages collegiality, learning and respect report much...
Everyone deserves a holistic, patient-centric health care system
How to Achieve Physician Alignment Through Value-based Strategies
Medicare proposes to pay docs for analyzing texted photos
From Hospital to Home: Elder Care Investments by 2020
HHS plans to delete 20 years of critical medical guidelines next week
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4 Top Areas For Value Investments
A survey suggests that developing measurement tools and aligning physicians and other clinicians are among the top keys to success...
Educators Turn to 3D Printing to Train Nursing Students
A nursing professor teams up with research scientists to develop innovative and inexpensive simulations for the healthcare classroom.
Accelerate Your Value-based Payment Model by Establishing Transparency
Medicare Billing Overhaul to Transform E&M Documentation, Expand Telehealth
The changes were proposed Thursday with updates to the Physician Fee Schedule and Quality Payment Program for 2019.
Physician Fee Schedule: CMS to Trim Part B Add-On for New Drugs
The proposed change for 2019 would reduce the wholesale acquisition cost add-on from 6% to 3%, decreasing the amount of...
Fee-For-Service Model Least Effective for Outcomes and Costs
Momentum is building for value-based programs, with respondents expecting strong growth in the share of patients in value-based programs over...
4 Ways CAR T-Cell Therapies Could Change Cancer Care
New cell-based immunotherapy drugs are changing the way certain cancers are treated at a small number of FDA-approved centers, with...
5 Strategies to Deal With ER Drug Shortages
For emergency medicine, the negative impacts of the drug shortage are far-ranging, says one physician.
Advocate Aurora, Foxconn Enter into Tech Collaboration
The announcement brings together the multistate Midwestern health system and a technology giant with the goal of improving patient outcomes...
White House: 60% of Eligible Medicaid Recipients Do Not Meet Work Requirements
The White House Council of Economic Advisers issued a report that found most non-disabled working-age adult Medicaid recipients work less...
Medical Equipment Costs Expected to Rise $400M Due to Trump's China Tariffs
Americans without health insurance and those with high out-of-pocket costs are expected to be worst affected.
Trump adds more confusion to Obamacare
LePage to cut short deal that outsourced Medicaid staff
Senator Wyden prods Trump/Pfizer for details, calling drug pricing stunt ‘long on theatrics, short on relief’
3 Premier Physician Network primary care practices change names
Dear Dr. Gawande
Surprise Medical Bills: Should CMS Make Doctors Give Price Info Up Front?
Feds Seek to Recoup $341K for Tom Price's 'Unauthorized' Air Travel
BJC HealthCare lays off 68 employees, 45 contractors
Obamacare: Lower ACA premiums, more options likely for Tennesseans in 2019
It's generics not PBMs that keep pharmaceuticals affordable
Amazon pilot with Xealth would let docs 'prescribe' products for post-discharge delivery
Innovative Wound Dressing Could Reduce $10B Cost of Surgical Site Infections
Technology in healthcare is moving from mainframes to iPhones
Pediatric Telemedicine Stems Utilization, Points to Cost Savings
3 Reasons Hospital Innovators Will Head to Dallas in October
Premier, doctor ask court to dismiss patients' lawsuit
Hospital lockdowns can leave patients' loved ones locked out
FDA Forms Task Force to Solve Drug Shortages
How bundling care hurts the patients who need it the most
3 in 4 black Americans develop hypertension by age 55
Nurses picket as strike starts at UVM Medical Center
Turnover rate among Blake Medical Center nurses is high. Here's what they're doing about it.
Infection-Control Compliance Hinges on Nurses' Attitudes
Nurses, UVM Medical Center agree: Patients should feel free to cross picket line
How Many Nurses Witness Sexual Harassment at Work?
What Judge Brett Kavanaugh's Nomination Could Mean for Healthcare
Texas Hospital Ends Automatic Lunch Breaks for ER Staff Over Payroll Dispute
Health Quest to Pay $15.6M in False Claims Settlement
Struggling Verity Health Considers Selling All 6 of Its Hospitals
3 Ways to Support Nurses During the Opioid Crisis