Dixie Regional Medical Center in St. George, Utah, has significantly reduced the number of tests and treatments performed on babies in the NICU, leading to about $1 million in savings for its parent, Intermountain Healthcare. »
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas is following in the footsteps of other insurers and stepping into care delivery to gain better control over where its members seek care.
The CMS finalized a rule to give Medicare Advantage plans more flexibility to offer additional telehealth services to seniors as part of their basic benefits package starting in 2020.
More care is shifting from office settings to outpatient facilities where prices are higher, according to new data.
Telehealth use jumped 53% from 2016 to 2017, outpacing all other sites of care, according to a new report.
The CMS wants developers to create an artificial intelligence tool that will help make a diagnosis and be easy for a provider to understand.
Medical staff at WakeMed Health & Hospitals are testing a new way to transport lab samples in Raleigh, N.C., where the system is based.
It's not uncommon for medical staff to wake patients in the early hours of the morning to prick them for blood draw. That's one reality Centura Health is trying to change.
A new study found Medicare patients discharged to home health had a 5.6% higher 30-day readmission rate compared with those sent to a skilled-nursing facility. Even so, home health saved Medicare $4,514 on average per episode.
New York-Presbyterian has enlisted pharmacy techs and interns to conduct virtual consultations with patients about their medications. The program has enabled the system to increase medication reconciliations by as much as 126% at some sites.
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