NursingTake a Stand. Nurses Should Educate Patients on the Risk of Too Much Sitting.
Nurses can help raise public awareness that prolonged sitting comes with health risks.
Clinical CareHow a Healthcare Collaborative Slashed AMI Hospitalizations by 22%
San Diego's healthcare collaborative cut acute myocardial infarction hospitalizations through clinical care improvement and increased engagement with patients and community...
Clinical CareWomen Can Test Less Often for Cervical Cancer
For women aged 30 to 65, new national recommendations could mean end of Pap smear tests.
Clinical CareDoctors Should Help Patients Quit Smoking Before Orthopedic Surgery
Tobacco use is associated with several negative surgical outcomes, including impaired wound healing, increased infection, and poor lower joint replacement...
NursingMandatory Flu Vaccines Increase Provider Vaccination Rates
Flu season is on its way, and experts agree that the vaccine is a must-have for healthcare providers.
Clinical CarePenn Medicine to Phase Out Sugary Drinks
The health system wants the food it serves to align with its missions to care for and educate patients with...
Clinical CareHow Cleveland Clinic Aims to Shape Population Health
After building a global reputation for providing complex, specialized care, the health system is building a care model that is...
Clinical CarePopulation Health Exchange: Gaining from Prevention and Wellness
NCH Healthcare System has generated several benefits from disease prevention and wellness programs with its employees, including $27 million in...
StrategyHearst Health Prize Attempts to Define Population Health Success
Nine judges have been named to find the healthcare organization that best exemplifies actual improvements in health outcomes.
Clinical CareShould doctors routinely talk to patients about gun use?