New collaborative opportunities underway to create positive change
Workers in the health care and social assistance field reported 4,738 cases of sexual harassment from fiscal 2005 through 2015, eclipsed only by fields such as hospitality and manufacturing
In the four years since Maryland implemented a statewide system of pushing hospitals to lower admissions, such savings are adding up to hundreds of millions of dollars for the taxpayers, employers and others who ultimately pay the bills
Communication Ideas to Improve your Practice and Reduce Medical Burnout
Hendrix will help develop the Operations of the Complex Facility during the Pre-Construction and Construction Phases, as well as leading VMC ORL once open and running
About 1,500 medical students in the U.S. have disclosed a disability and receive formal accommodations
The new cards address security concerns by removing each member's Social Security number and replacing it with a new, randomly generated 11-digit "Medicare number"
New offering improves patient experience; reduces health care costs for employers
The paper reveals the harmful effects of the Safe Harbor Act of 1987, and highlights other abuses occurring in the pharmaceutical industry as well as the negative impact that third-party payor intrusion and electronic health records are having on the practice of medicine.
Plaintiff alleged that Florida Hospital's Heart and Lung Transplant Institute Director violated Florida's patient safety laws
Video games, as well as the technologies that fuel them, have still made a steady and increasing impact on the healthcare industry
There will always be a need and place for hospital-based care, but why should patients spend more than necessary for care, whether it is paid by their insurance or out-of-pocket costs?
PONTE HEALTH'S proposed vertical version will produce downtown Orlando's tallest structure
"We're connecting 14 different EHR brands at approximately 100 different clinical systems."
Some economists caution that shop-around initiatives alone cannot force the level of market-based change needed
Nearly 1 in 3 Medicare patients undergo an operation in the year before they die, even though the evidence shows that many are more likely to be harmed than to benefit from it
Construction of state-of-the-art, 35,100-square foot research and training facility expands commitment in Florida
Electronic medical record systems have a myriad of benefits that will help a doctor
Michael Lowe, takes a look at the Top 10 Health Care Law Areas for Physicians and Providers for 2018
Overall, consumers cite three key things that could improve the doctor-patient relationship
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