Permanente leader Robert Pearl, M.D., says electronic health records offer great opportunities — but their designers are often afraid to offer advice.
December 15, 2016
Plus, nurse practitioners require on-the-job-training before integrating into the ICU, all in our weekly roundup of nurse news.Read More
Plus, NPs given the go-ahead to treat opioid addiction, and how deploying nurse assistants can hinder patient safety.Read More
Plus, a New Mexican nurse hotline is in danger of closure and celebrating nurse practitioners this week, all in our roundup of nurse news you may have missed.Read More
Great Lakes Health Connect, an HIE, gives hospitals access to needed patient data
November 11, 2016
Accreditation group retires 20 measures because of strong performance
November 7, 2016
HBO's John Oliver Tackles the Opioid Crisis; EpiPen Competitor Promises a 'Very, Very Low Cost' Alternative
Plus, Advocate wraps newborns in Cubs gear for the World Series; a full moon still spooks hospitals; and more in this week's roundup of health care news.Read More
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The two nonprofit health systems aim to increase access and enhance clinical care.
October 25, 2016
Plus, Rapunzel syndrome has fairy-tale ending, and Boston-area hospital hires former drug users as recovery coaches, in this week's roundup of health care news.Read More
The 'MACRA Tracker' designed to help hospital leaders get started before final Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services rule comes out.
October 12, 2016
Agreement has the two organizations working to implement pop health management in the field
October 11, 2016
But how much is it worth to avoid colonoscopy prep?
October 10, 2016
Bipartisan letters to the agency from House and Senate seek to ensure access to care
October 7, 2016
Plus, is 'interference within health care' hurting the field? All in this week's roundup of health care news.Read More
Rick Pollack, Marilyn Tavenner jointly make the case for improving federal marketplace offerings, lowering cost of life-saving drugs
October 5, 2016
Plus, AONE names new directors to its board and why medical students must master the medicine of empathy.Read More