A new survey reveals critical benchmarking data on compensation levels and pay practices for hospitals and health systems execs nationwide.
Millennials are the largest generation ever, but if their health issues aren’t addressed, their well-being and the economy will face consequences.
While acceptance of telehealth care for those in need remains an issue to some, support throughout the United States improves as others use these services.
Why some health plans have mixed feelings on adopting bundled payments and what it can become.
Ensuring your IT plan is aligned with the organization’s strategy can be critical to success. Here are eight things to keep in mind.
HOPE program can serve as a model for treating patients at risk for addiction.
Bernard J. Tyson, chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, died unexpectedly in his sleep, the Oakland, California-based health insurer reports. He was 60 years old.
Predictable, seamless oncology care begins with an effective value-based reimbursement model.
Two studies underscore the importance of appropriate management of depression symptoms from an economic perspective.
Health execs need to examine their current parental leave policies, for both men and women. Six-week-minimum maternity leave, breastfeeding support programs, and making moms aware of those policies can yield huge dividends.