Pain management plays a crucial role in the perceived success of personalised therapies...
- Opioids: a healthcare crisis decades in the making
- Google gets its knuckles rapped for delving too deeply into healthcare
- Millions of patients will lose financial assistance if Trumpcare bill is not defeated
- Why has healthcare become a hotspot for cyber-crime?
- A third of NHS trusts failing to meet UK sharps regulations, MindMetre research reveals
Opioids: a healthcare crisis decades in the making
Pain management plays a crucial role in the perceived success of personalised therapies among many patients.
Google gets its knuckles rapped for delving too deeply into healthcare
Healthcare teams across the NHS have been seeking ways to accelerate their ability to deliver more personalised treatment to patients, while enhancing the quality of care through real-time diagnosis.
Millions of patients will lose financial assistance if Trumpcare bill is not defeated
The draft Senate healthcare bill dubbed Trumpcare would cause more than 20 million people in the US to lose health insurance.
Why has healthcare become a hotspot for cyber-crime?
The UK’s NHS was one of the key casualties of the WannaCry ransomware cyber-attack that struck organizations worldwide on 12 May, 2017.
Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View: what’s changed?
On 31 March 2017, NHS England released the ‘Next Steps on the Five Year Forward View’.
US HealthWorks acquires Premier COMP Medical Group in Pleasanton, California
Dignity Health subsidiary US HealthWorks has acquired Premier COMP Medical Group in Pleasanton, California.
Northeast Georgia Health System acquires Barrow Regional Medical Center
US-based Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS) has acquired Barrow Regional Medical Center (BRMC) and its assets for an undisclosed amount.
Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center uses video education at endoscopy unit
Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center’s interactive video-based patient education at its endoscopy unit has improved patient satisfaction and staff performance.
Parrish Medical Center commits to 12 Actionable Patient Safety Solutions
Parrish Medical Center in Titusville, Florida, has become the first hospital to make formal commitments that align with all 12 Actionable Patient Safety Solutions (APSS) toward removing preventable patient deaths by 2020.