Improving access to non-urgent care can reduce the number of patient visits at ERs, and study shows retail clinics––close to home, with non-workday hours and transparent prices––offer a solution.
Study finds more than 70% of adopters judge precision medicine informatics initiatives as nearing or exceeding expectations.
To address their expectations, legacy healthcare providers must rethink their business model and look at new ways of providing care.
Expanding behavioral health offerings helps increase access to mental well-being support and treatment.
Cost, reimbursement, and lack of expertise are primary challenges.
Self-assessments of health are strongly related to household income, type of health insurance, or whether they are uninsured.
As the need for education about new treatments in oncology grows, healthcare executives should understand what sources of information doctors are relying on.
Healthcare grows smarter to meet end-user demands.
Kaiser Family Foundation president and CEO addresses health spending.
New research details how to properly implement healthcare transparency and increase social welfare.