NursingCNOs Tap Into Nurse-Led Tech to Combat Workplace Violence
Violence is on the rise, but so is technology that can turn the tide, as long as those on the...
InnovationVCU Study Makes the Case for Pharmacists as Healthcare Providers
The study finds that pharmacists could save millions of lives and more than $1 trillion in healthcare costs if they...
InnovationWith Community Paramedicine, House Calls Are Making a Meaningful Comeback
Health Systems like Essentia Health are using specially trained EMS teams to help recently discharged patients and those with chronic...
PayerContributed Content: Why Preventive Care at No Cost Is Smart Regardless of What the Courts Say
We strongly urge our customers to cover preventive services because it makes sense from a medical, health, and financial perspective,...
InnovationA Nanoengineer Teamed Up with Rihanna's Tattoo Artist to Make Smarter Ink
The tattoo is like a freckle, a little blue dot. But it can turn on and off.
PayerHow Delivery System Leaders Are Linking Prevention, Reimbursement, and Value-Based Care
Execs from diverse organizations share their strategies.
PayerDoctors and Patients Try to Shame Insurers Online to Reverse Prior Authorization Denials
Insurers say the prior authorization helps them control costs.
PayerPatients Likely to Skip Preventive Care if ACA Ruling Holds
A survey finds many will not pay for preventive services if they are no longer covered by health insurers.
NursingNYP-Westchester Nurses Reduce Tracheostomy-Related Pressure Injuries to Zero for 4 Years
Protective elements of a foam dressing may benefit other patients, as well, a new study says.
Clinical CarePhysician Groups Defend Affordable Care Act's No-Cost Preventive Services
About 233 million Americans are enrolled in health plans that cover preventive services without cost-sharing because of the Affordable Care...
NursingCalifornia Advocates Push Expanded Role for NPs
The California Health Care Foundation examines new law in 2023 that creates a route for NPs to practice independently.
InnovationMount Sinai Launches Human Genome Sequencing Project
The New York health system is looking for 1 million patients to participate in a program aimed at developing genetics-based...