Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
Patients with both heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease have a high cost of care, but there are multiple strategies to limit readmissions.
CDC official provides update on baffling neurological disorder that causes paralysis in one or more limbs.
Physician champions can help health systems and hospitals overcome challenges associated with changing supply items.
Inappropriate utilization of cardiac telemetry is wasteful spending with no significant clinical benefit.
National data indicates the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program is having a positive impact on patients under 65 as well as patients with Medicaid and private insurance coverage.
A Florida-based community hospital is using AI tools to examine patient data and formulate new treatment protocols for deadly illnesses such as sepsis.
If you are going to change your discharge model for at-risk geriatric patients, there are four elements you are going to need.
Collection of patient-generated data and embracing patient-centered communication are called crucial factors in avoiding harm from diagnostic errors.
The new rules, which focus on the 2019 and 2020 calendar years, update payment regulations, support expansion of remote patient monitoring, and seek to ease regulatory burdens.
The best way physicians can adapt to patient feedback online is to actively participate in the online review process, the chief medical officer of Press Ganey says.