Staffing shortages and turnover problems have become two of healthcare's biggest problems. Not only is finding quality talent a problem, keeping it is, causing concerns for hiring managers and recruiters in the current healthcare economy....
The 2015 Annual National Institute will be held at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin in Orlando, Florida...
In today's increasingly connected world, accessibility, convenience and efficiency have become the watchwords for industries everywhere. Whether it's paying bills, ordering food, watching movies, booking appointments or all other manner of daily activities, time is a valuable...
For Julia Hallisy, putting medical information into the hands of patients isn't just a professional crusade; it's a personal one. Hallisy learned the hard way that patients and their families, and not just doctors, can benefit...
As hospitals look for ways to stem emergency department overuse in order to reduce costs and improve outcomes, their efforts are increasingly getting a boost from an unlikely source — first responders.
On March 31, for-profit Parkway Regional Hospital in Fulton, Kentucky, closed its doors after more than two decades of business in southwestern Kentucky. Rural Fulton County's only hospital employed nearly 200 and accounted for as...
Revenue cycle leaders at hospitals and health systems oversee the complex interplay of financial necessity, clinical work, and regulations. To them falls the detail work of collecting payment from insurers and patients, bridging the gap from the finance office to physicians...
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