New Orleans-based LCMC Health has tapped Dawn Wright as chief human resources officer. Prior to her new role, Ms. Wright served as system vice president of human resources operations at Irving, ...
New study reveals hepatitis E can be sexually transmitted and may impact male fertility. Researchers at Ohio State University conducted the research.
AMA survey finds prior authorization causing delays in care, treatment abandonment, and adverse events for patients, while also contributing to burnout ...
Madera Community Hospital receives first installment of $57 million loan to aid reopening efforts after bankruptcy.
Cleveland-based Sisters of Charity Health System has named Michael Goar president and CEO, effective July 22. Mr. Goar will succeed Jan Murphy, who is retiring. Ms. Murphy will help Mr. Goar with ...
City officials voted June 17 to extend a moratorium on development at Atlanta Medical Center for four more months, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Since Wellstar Health System closed the ...
Like many professions in healthcare, hospital and health system financial roles are evolving to keep up with the demand of a changing landscape. The focus has shifted away from crunching numbers all ...
Researchers estimated an annual cost of $23,775 for low-volume EDs and $145,521 for high-volume facilities, when accounting for current readiness levels. This equates to a range of $4 to $48 per ...
Done Global, which supplies stimulant medications to thousands of patients, said it disagrees with the fraud charges filed against its CEO and clinical president. "Done Global disagrees with the ...
Medicare beneficiaries can now enroll in Amazon Pharmacy's RxPass medication prescription service, an Amazon Prime member benefit that offers access to dozens of commonly prescribed medications for $5 ...
Healthcare teams need strong passwords to prevent security incidents. A hard password to crack includes uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols in a seemingly random order, according to ...
A physician from Fredericksburg, Texas, was convicted by a jury for causing the submission of more than $70 million in fraudulent healthcare claims. David Young, MD, 61, was found guilty of writing ...