Christopher Cheney is the senior clinical care editor at HealthLeaders.
Public health officials, healthcare settings, and diagnostic manufacturers face multiple coronavirus challenges.
The primary goal of the project is to keep most geriatric patients at rural hospitals through telemedicine rather than transferring them to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Yale New Haven Hospital's Late Career Practitioner Policy violates two anti-discrimination laws, federal lawsuit contends.
A tentative shift from fee-for-service to value-based payment models has constrained primary care initiatives under the Affordable Care Act, new research suggests.
At Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, the annual cost savings from switching to alcohol-based scrubbing is estimated at $281,000 per operating room.
Operating room black boxes collect video and audio of the OR staff as well as images of the surgical field.
CareMore Health's care management program in Tennessee has multidisciplinary care teams with community health workers, primary care providers, and social workers.
A new study finds that female and minority medical students face significantly higher rates of mistreatment compared to male and white students.
New research findings are a step forward in understanding the harms and benefits of screening for dementia in the primary care setting.
A recent New England Journal of Medicine study is "not an indictment against all care management and care coordination programs," Camden Coalition's CEO says.