Clinical CareThe Exec: Transparent Leadership Crucial Element in Physician Engagement
Physicians need to be able to trust the people who are leading them, chief clinical officer says.
NursingThe Exec: What Nursing Practice Redesign, or Evolution, Looks Like at Indiana University Health
A shared leadership/professional governance mindset is key to a successful practice redesign, CNE says.
Clinical CareThe Exec: Expect Increased Emphasis on Reducing Costs in 2023
Parkview Physicians Group CMO offers clinical care predictions for 2023.
Clinical CareIHI Forum: Berwick Says 'One of the Problems in Healthcare is Greed'
Institute for Healthcare Improvement president emeritus and co-founder calls for single-payer system in United States.
FinanceTennessee Government Endowing Hospitals With $230M in Resiliency Grants
The $230 million will be split across two grant categories, each with a focus on improving fundamental elements of healthcare....
Clinical CareInstitute for Healthcare Improvement Boosts Health Equity Efforts
IHI is offering two ways for healthcare organizations to participate in its Pursuing Equity initiative.
InnovationHow Health Systems are Using Video Games for Continuing Medical Education
Eric Gantwerker, MD, MMSc (MedEd), FACS, a practicing pediatric otolaryngologist and medical director for Level Ex, explains how healthcare organizations...
TechnologyWalmart Joins New Radiology Data Quality Program
The national retailer is the first large employer to join the Quality Care Collaborative, which supports quality improvement in radiology...
TechnologyTechnology Optimizes Transfers from Lower to Higher Acuity Care
A statewide program launched in Arizona during the pandemic allowed hospitals to manage their capacity and track bed use, ensuring...
TechnologyUCSF Study Combines AI, Chest Radiographs to Map Out Health Concerns, Expenses
Researchers using deep learning tools to analyze chest radiographs found that they could predict patient costs at one, three and...
Clinical CareHealthcare Paradox: Medicare Penalizes Dozens of Hospitals It Also Gives Five Stars
Eight years into the Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program, 2,046 hospitals have been penalized at least once.
StrategyAchieving a 360-Degree Understanding of Quality
The industry has tended to be so focused on what needs to be improved in healthcare, that we have not...