Consumerism is changing marketing in healthcare by putting the focus on individuals.
Michael Maron, CEO of Holy Name Medical Center and its 20-bed hospice facility Villa Marie Claire in Saddle River, N.J., calls his effort to change the way patients and doctors view end-of-life care a "clinical home run" but a financial train wreck.
The healthcare delivery system is often too slow in introducing the innovations needed to get us where we all need to go.
Our healthcare and public health systems have a role to play in addressing the problem of gun violence, and every day we wait to take action is another day the epidemic continues to take its toll.
Q&A with the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab's CEO Dr. Joanne Smith: 'Ability is our code word for recovery'
Shortly after becoming CEO of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago in 2006, Dr. Joanne Smith gathered her team of scientists, leaders and clinicians and challenged them to set the institution on a new path.
In the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history, Las Vegas continues to mourn and the wounded continue to heal as our community demonstrates an unparalleled level of unity in the face of an unspeakable tragedy.
Humana set a goal of having 75% of its individual Medicare Advantage members covered under value-based relationships by 2017. The company now has 1.8 million lives, or 85% of its MA population, in value-based care. As a result, the insurance giant has seen costs decrease by 19%.
Centura CEO Peter Banko on broadening partnerships with physicians and payers while lowering costs for consumers.
While there is increasing awareness that what creates health is more than clinical excellence, there is still much work to do.
River Edge Behavioral Health CEO Shannon Terrell calls for evidence-based treatments for those suffering from mental illness and substance abuse issues.
Dr. Russel Holman recently spoke with Modern Healthcare safety and quality reporter Maria Castellucci about his goals for LifePoint, the importance of patient insight to improve care and the system's past work with the CMS' Innovation Center.
DuPage Medical Group looks to scale up its independent practice in and around the Chicago area with its $1.45 billion infusion.