Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
Cesarean section births can have dangerous complications such as hemorrhaging.
Researchers found that some patients became sick after exposure to other patients with influenza-like illness in primary care offices.
The American Hospital Association award recognizes healthcare leadership and innovation in improving quality and advancing health in communities.
Holston Medical Group has been able to reduce emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and readmissions.
Joseph Giaimo, DO, says osteopathic medicine is strong and getting stronger.
Omnichannel platforms and virtual care have several potential benefits for healthcare providers and patients, Chilmark Research report says.
Sutter Health capitalized on functioning as an integrated network and effectively increased critical care capacity by more than 200%.
The recovery phase of the pandemic includes leadership challenges such as balancing competing priorities, maintaining staff engagement, and avoiding burnout.
A new law in the Lone Star State grants automatic approval of medical orders for clinicians who have a track record of prior authorization approvals at a payer.
A practicing family medicine physician from South Carolina becomes 176th president of the American Medical Association.