Healthcare leaders share their top book recommendations. How many have you read?
A Ball State University study has astonishing findings about racial and ethnic minorities and their participation in health-related research.
Ball State University study: A severe shortage of mental health professionals in rural areas, as well as opioid and drug problems, is a major concern.
A new survey of practitioners has unpredicted findings about using EHRs to engage with patients.
An ONC report finds that more patients are engaged with their health records. Here’s why.
For the first time, Managed Healthcare Executive has selected 10 emerging healthcare industry leaders, working in the areas of pharmacy, health plans, health systems, and technology.
Executives say they are prepared for the upheaval budding technologies represent, but few are truly prepared, according to a West Monroe report.
Technology professionals shed light on the “Wearable Revolution,” what’s new in wearables, and what the future holds.
Here are five ways healthcare organizations can be more proactive about patient payments.
The goal is to help ensure that prescription drug marketing information for consumers and healthcare providers is truthful and balanced. Here’s what the agency plans to research.