Growing up in in Limerick, Ireland, Michael J. Dowling admits his family situation was a little complicated—his mother was deaf and his father suffered from heart disease and arthritis. Read more about his early life and what led to his rise in healthcare.
Hospitals & Providers
Evidence grows that these nonclinical factors have a large influence on patient outcomes. Here’s what hospitals and payers can do about it.
Preventable hospital readmissions, an objective measure of quality, have long been a concern for health plans. Here’s a care plan that could be the solution.
A survey from Vizient identifies top strategies for the treatment of pain.
Healthcare experts detail three policies that MCOs should keep a close eye on.
What these healthcare industry disruptors are, and how they could impact cost and quality of care.
In the managed healthcare market, words like logical, predictable, or stable are seldom used anymore. Instead, for healthcare executives, disruption is the norm.
Making medications more affordable to patients is linked to better adherence, with no added costs, according to a new study.
NORC at the University of Chicago set out to understand more Americans’ experiences with surprise billing. You won’t believe what they found.
Plenty of M&A deals look great on paper but ultimately fall apart in the post-deal integration phase. Here are the biggest pitfalls healthcare executives and stakeholders on both sides of a deal need to consider when managing this critical phase of the process.