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How doctors in private hospitals plan to lower medical bills

A raft of proposals, among them hospitals sharing crucial personnel and diagnostic equipment, may be ... charging their billing ways. “Rather than charging patients for every needle and syringe they u... read more

Take Charge of Executive Burnout to Protect Your Organization

Three experts, including one health system executive who discusses his own experience with burnout and how he coped, advise healthcare leaders to take charge of their well-being as ... his role and hi... read more

Richard Smith: Ten years of working towards patients controlling their own health records

Giving patients control of their own records and ... meaning that the company may divert from its mission or lose its soul. Doing business with the NHS rarely allows fast growth, which is why investor... read more

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The Heartbreaking Plight Of Zimbabwe's Doctors

Doctors are providing lists of supplies for patients to buy in advance, from face masks to anesthesia, and, for the poorest ones, they are using their own money to purchase ... We are expected to put ... read more

As surgery centers boom, patients are paying with their lives

The pioneering doctors, John Ford and Wallace Reed, didn't see why patients needed ... left in the care of one or two nurses for up to 23-hour stays. Some patients have been sent home to grapple with ... read more

Setting the Stage for Value-Based Care with Patient Data Access

However, both patients and providers are often unsure about patients being able to access their own health information. Providers may ... care. “We need everybody in the healthcare system to be able t... read more

Price transparency? A new Medicare rule requires hospitals to post their standard charges online

TWIN FALLS — If you’re looking for information about how much a hospital can charge you for different ... the information may be complex for patients to navigate. Plus, patients are generally more int... read more

Why ‘the year of the API’ will pose big challenges for providers

And multiple movements and trends are in place that seek to put the consumer in charge of their own information ... an on-premises data center thus may lessen, but so, too, does providers’ hands-on co... read more

The Folly of Simpletons Who Put Their Faith in Medicaid for All

Even when a doctor has accepted a Medicaid enrollee into the practice, appointment slots available to Medicaid enrollees may be rationed or limited. Medicaid patients ... their practices as direct pri... read more

Tech That Protects: 3 Cutting-Edge Innovations That Can Help Make Your Next Surgery Safer

And yet these very experts in charge of our care sometimes have to put their own ... why Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies has been hard at work developing leading-edge products designed ... read more

Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes

Newsletter editor Brianna Labuskes, who reads everything on health care to ... ll even charge for the data. The rules would address restrictions such as those. The Wall Street Journal: New Rules Could ... read more

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