InnovationAre Ingestible Sensors Making a Comeback?
A study led by Brigham and Women's Hospital found that a sensor-embedded pill can accurately track vital signs in patients...
TechnologyVanderbilt Studies Value of Virtual Care for ICU Discharges
The health system is using a federal grant to analyze how a virtual care platform can be used to coordinate...
Revenue Cycle4 Rev Cycle Stories Tackling Denials Management
Denial management remains the top priority for rev cycle leaders, with growing need for efficient process and oversight.
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.
InnovationNIH Launches Maternal Health Research Centers of Excellence Program
12 healthcare organizations across the country will create a network to develop and test new programs aimed at tackling the...
Clinical CareStudy Details COVID-19 Misinformation by Physicians on Social Media
Researchers find widespread COVID-19 misinformation by physicians on social media across more than two dozen medical specialties.
InnovationThe Exec: Stanford's Tanja Gruber Says Innovation is Taking Pediatric Cancer Care to New Heights
The chief of pediatric hematology, oncology, and stem cell transplantation at Stanford Medicine Children's Health says new ideas in immunotherapy,...
InnovationFederal Project Aims to Use Virtual Care to Address Health Inequity
UNC-Chapel Hill will use a five-year, $3.73 million NIH grant to establish the Center for Virtual Care Value and Equity...
Clinical Care12-Week Exercise Program Improves Healthcare Worker Well-Being, Study Finds
If healthcare worker burnout and mental health problems are not addressed, people leaving the profession could worsen widespread workforce shortages.
Clinical CareRace Key Factor in Unfair Treatment of Parents and Children in Healthcare Settings, Study Finds
Researchers find that unfair treatment of parents and children in healthcare settings is linked to care disruptions such as delayed...
Clinical CareAnnual Physician Turnover Rate Increased 43% Between 2010 and 2018, Study Finds
The increase in physician turnover was greatest from 2010 to 2014, rising from 5.3% to 7.2%.
InnovationPCORI Awards More Than $200M for Innovative Projects
The awards target several pain points in healthcare, including chronic care management, senior care, and care for children with complex...