As the opioid epidemic continues to ravage Northeast Ohio, local not-for-profit organizations have found themselves on the frontlines. Those who for years have operated in the addiction treatment field say they're trying to bring more awareness to the crisis and find the resources to bring on more...
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Fischer-Wright advises the health IT industry to stay grounded, Gawande says doctors started the opioid epidemic, and Apple obsessives predict tomorrow's new iPhone will have a four-digit price tag.
.Brain surgery requires delicate and precise use of surgical instruments. But for Dan Fabbio it also required a different kind of instrument—a saxophone.
The pace of mergers and escalating concentration in both provider and insurance markets shows no sign of abating. The idea that antitrust can reverse this trend-or should-is misplaced.
Gayle Trupiano will become President and CEO of Ascension Living, a division of St. Louis-based Ascension that offers long-term care for seniors at 37 facilities across 10 states and the District of Columbia.
New York City hospitals say they're stronger and readier than they were five years ago when Sandy struck the Northeast.
Even though Congress shifted its focus from bulldozing the Affordable Care Act to stabilizing the troubled individual market in the short term, big questions remain.
Apple has been stealthily sneaking into healthcare. Will the new iPhone, set to be announced Sept. 12, be the device where it all comes together?
The numbers tell one story, but what's behind them might be something entirely different. For the first time since the CMS started releasing inpatient claims and payment data, sepsis topped the list as the most common condition or procedure.
The cobwebs you swat away in your attic may have found a higher purpose: raw material for new cardiac tissue.