Suicide rates are rising—but healthcare organizations can help facilitate their suicide prevention efforts by relying on the right care coordination teams.
Hospitals & Providers
The importance of the retail setting as a hub for health engagement is increasing. Here’s three things you need to know about it.
You can’t make every patient satisfied every time, but it’s worth a shot. Here are 10 simple strategies for providers to consider.
New research from Prophet shares five key shifts healthcare organizations can make in the move toward consumer-centricity.
COPD strikes 6.4% of Americans. While smoking is a big contributor, these seven other risk factors deserve more attention.
Healthcare executives must understand mental health laws so they can do the right thing by their patients—and protect their bottom line.
Mental and substance abuse disorders account for a large chunk of America’s healthcare costs. Find out which of these diseases are the most costly.
Artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare is no longer a futuristic idea. Organizations are benefiting—on administrative and clinical levels—from practical adoptions that make cost savings and better patient care a reality.
How healthcare executives can ensure they are always in the best position to take advantage of the next career opportunity.
A 51-year-old female patient has been taking Forteo (teriparatide) for osteoporosis for the past year. Her insurance company notifies her that the drug is no longer on its formulary.