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.
The grant will support creating new content on UpToDate that will advise patients of their genetic test results and how to manage them by early 2020.
As more healthcare organizations look to curb hospital readmission rates, they are taking a hard look at one of medicine’s most complex conditions—cancer.
Runaway drug costs call for a new approach to care management, such as a different way of thinking about managing the health of the employee population.
A new survey reveals Americans’ views on Medicare for All, Obamacare, the state of healthcare, Medicare, and healthcare access for undocumented immigrants.
Drug shortages are a major problem and can have a negative impact on patient care and public health. Here, Dan Kistner, PharmD, senior vice president, pharmacy solutions for Vizient, talks about the top 8 reasons that drug shortages can occur.
A new report looks at what’s next as SDoH become more prioritized for both public and private payers in care delivery.