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As nurse-to-patient ratios are debated on both coasts, projections show a few states may not be able to meet future demand for registered nurses. »
As flu season arrives, public health officials are going on the offensive advocating for improved vaccination rates, especially among healthcare workers.
Investment returns last year were the best since 2013 for the not-for-profit healthcare organizations participating in a survey released by the Commonfund Institute. But, the report says, reallocation of assets into more fixed-income investments may slow returns in the future.
Some people focus on the challenges that accompany change instead of focusing on the opportunities. As healthcare continues to evolve, a willingness to change, execute better and faster, and not let barriers impact your passion to make a difference become increasingly important.
One hundred years ago this month, the “mother of all pandemics was sweeping the world. The flu pandemic, caused by an airborne H1N1 virus, killed an estimated 1% to 2% of the world's population, primarily young and often healthy adults in 1918 and 1919.
The 115th Congress on the State of Healthcare, a collection of commentaries from members of Congress, is intentionally timed close to the midterm elections this year. In just over a month, voters will take to the polls to decide whether the Senate and House will remain controlled by Republicans.
In 2017, the CMS' quality improvement organizations reported progress on a number of fronts in improving care for Medicare beneficiaries.
The all-important 2018 midterm elections are less than two months away. As special elections and primaries this summer have proven, healthcare continues to be a hot-button issue.
In today's rapidly evolving healthcare environment, running a successful acute rehab program is more challenging than ever. At the same time, as providers shift to value-based care, post-acute treatment is playing an increasingly important role in ensuring positive outcomes.
Surprise billing continues to be one of the most vexing problems facing the industry. Patients often don't know that the anesthesiologist or another provider are out-of-network when they go in for care. Then the surprise—usually shock—when the bill arrives.
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