Hospitals face hard choices in cyberattacks
The Supreme Court's ruling on affirmative action changes the game
Why health systems are banking on this model
Prepayment itemized bill audits: What’s the catch? | Viewpoint
These audits hurt hospitals’ revenue cycles by increasing administrative costs and ultimately reducing reimbursement.
Kaiser Permanente names leader of Southern California, Hawaii region | MED MOVES
Seattle Children's appoints a chief scientific officer, and others take on new roles.
Pushing for more men, and more Black men, to be screened for prostate cancer
Prostate cancer cases have increased after years of decline. Evan Goldfischer, president of LUGPA, talks about the need to increase awareness and outreach.
Tower Health suffers rating downgrade as it strives to recover
Fitch Ratings cited continued losses and a low amount of cash on hand. The Pennsylvania-based system says it’s making progress toward profitability.
Doctors aren’t the only ones battling burnout. Many medical students are hurting.
Physicians, and tomorrow’s doctors, are struggling with their well-being, a new study finds. Experts call for changes to encourage doctors, residents and students to get the help they need.
Oracle says it’s bringing AI to make electronic health records easier to use
The tech giant touts the potential to reduce administrative burdens on doctors.
Ukraine president visits Northwell Health hospital
Volodymyr Zelenskyy went to Staten Island University Hospital to express thanks for the support of medical providers since Russia’s invasion.
Health equity is a journey, and these hospitals are leading the way
Boston Medical Center and University of Chicago Medicine ranked high in the Lown Institute’s list of racially inclusive hospitals. Leaders share their insights.
These are the 10 most racially inclusive hospitals in America, Lown Institute says
The think tank ranked the hospitals that fared best in opening its doors to all. The institute also identified metro areas with high segregation.
Joint Commission offers hospitals certification for sustainability
The voluntary program is designed to help hospitals curb their emissions and expand their work to combat climate change. Leaders also point to potential cost savings.
Wisconsin hospital systems on cusp of merger, leaders are ‘ready to launch’
The CEOs of Froedtert Health and ThedaCare talks with Chief Healthcare Executive about the planned merger, their similar goals and philosophies, and why they say it’ll work.
Looking at Dana-Farber’s new partnership with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
They plan to build a new hospital for cancer patients in Boston. The new collaboration signals Dana-Farber is moving on from a long relationship with Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Hospital executives must make tough decisions ‘before we have to’ | Lessons for Leaders
Aspirus Health CEO Matt Heywood talks about the importance of being proactive, especially as he sees a difficult environment for hospitals in the years ahead.
More than 60,000 Kaiser Permanente workers are willing to strike, and the number could grow
Union workers have authorized a strike if there’s no contract by Sept. 30. It could be the largest healthcare worker strike in American history.
Investing in continuous learning for healthcare professionals is non-negotiable | Viewpoint
Healthcare organizations must adopt a pragmatic and intentional approach that integrates training into routinely scheduled programs.
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