Dr. Leslie Kantor Examines the Potential “Twindemic” Impact on Health Systems

October 27th 2021

The possibility of hospitals and health systems being hit by both COVID-19 and flu hospitalizations makes it crucial people get vaccinated against both, said Leslie Kantor, PhD, MPH, chair and professor of the Department of Urban-Global Public Health, Rutgers School of Public Health.

Give American Seniors the Option to Choose Home After a Hospital Discharge

October 27th 2021

Healthcare needs to adapt so Medicare beneficiaries can select the care setting that’s most appropriate for their health, safety and quality of life when they require care after a hospitalization.

Healthy Bottom Line: Why More Price Transparency Is Needed to Address Healthcare Cost Concerns

October 26th 2021

Joe Polaris, senior vice president of product and technology at R1 RCM, discussed how price transparency can increase hospital revenues and address patient concerns regarding exorbitant healthcare costs as well as the impact that CMS’ new price transparency rule could have on hospitals.

7 Ways to Strengthen Information Security at Your Organization

October 25th 2021

Organizations must recognize that cybersecurity is more a journey than a destination.

MED MOVES: Geisinger Names First Diversity Officer, Memorial Regional Health CEO to Resign and More

October 24th 2021

Yet another organization has hired someone to fill the newly created role of chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer and more executive moves.