A new study may offer healthcare organizations a new way to close gaps in care while simultaneously engaging the patient as a partner in care.
Basket trials are designed to test therapies that target a specific genetic mutation found in the tumor, regardless of tumor histology. This emerging trend raises a number of key questions for the industry.
New research from Prophet shares five key shifts healthcare organizations can make in the move toward consumer-centricity.
A new survey has shocking results about consumer knowledge of health insurance.
COPD specialists have found that in-hospital and prompt post-discharge efforts can lessen costs—and the likelihood of hospital readmission. Here are three successful strategies.
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.
Although the act would not prohibit manufacturers from increasing prices, it could change the pricing landscape. Here’s why.
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.