Hospitals & Providers

Tackling Hunger—and Health Care Costs—by Moving Interventions Upstream

July 21, 2020

When Medicaid pays for food, it helps prevent chronic disease.

AHA Says COVID-19 Losses for Hospitals Total More Than $200 billion

May 05, 2020

About 80% of the losses are from cancelled surgeries and over services.

What Will Post-Covid Healthcare Look Like?

April 22, 2020

Infectious diseae prevention could completely reshape how and where American healthcare is delivered.

COVID-19: Governors Begin Reopening After White House Issues Guidelines

April 17, 2020

President Donald Trump issued broad guidelines for a re-opening of the US economy this week, outlining the COVID-19 regulations that should be in place while leaving final decisions to the nation’s governors.

Hospital News Roundup: When Can Elective Surgery Resume, Big Losses Looming, and Some Federal Money for Telehealth

April 17, 2020

As losses loom, hospitals, other providers map out criteria for resuming elective surgeries.

Hospital Admissions, Price Before Covid-19

April 10, 2020

Trauma was the big ticket hospital admission pre-Covid-19.

Consumers Will Switch Providers Over Poor Digital Experiences

October 10, 2019

Younger healthcare consumers are more frustrated, more likely to stop seeing providers, and will write negative reviews based on bad digital experiences.

Medicare for All Gets Mixed Response

October 09, 2019

Survey finds the majority of insured adults are satisfied with their coverage but want more information.

Trends in Value-Based Care

October 08, 2019

Provider, life sciences, biotech, IT, and financial industry leaders weigh in.

6 Strategies for Your Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program, Part 2

October 05, 2019

The ultimate guidebook on everything you need to know about reducing hospital readmissions-the most common risk factors, the reimbursement issues, and how real-world hospitals are solving the problem.