Alexandra Wilson Pecci is an editor for HealthLeaders.
A new survey highlights the ways that physicians and pharmacists say the opioid epidemic has changed their prescribing or prescription filling behavior.
Nurses in poorer health had an up to 71% higher likelihood of reporting medical errors than did their healthier peers.
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare might be one of the most promising areas for investment and research.
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Anthem is offering certain Medicare Advantage plan enrollees home-delivered meals after they are discharged from the hospital.
There was a continuous increase over the past decade in malpractice claims in which the use of EHRs contributed to patient injury, says a new study.
A study links dental antibiotic prescribing with C. diff infection, and often, unnecessary prescriptions.
The program also reduced hospital admissions and increased the use of primary care doctors.
The fund aims to provide financial help to hospital employees in Puerto Rico who have experienced significant property loss or damage from the recent hurricanes.
Researchers say that new payment models in radiation oncology should also consider measures to address behavioral health.
Nearly three-quarters of participants claimed to have used another medical staff member’s password to access an EMR at work.