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New nurses work overtime, long shifts, and sometimes a second job, research shows
Feb 21 | Jeff Lagasse
Overtime in particular has been negatively associated with patient care, and a good ...
International medical graduates care for Medicare patients with greater healthcare needs
Feb 21 | Jeff Lagasse
International medical graduates comprise almost one quarter of U.S. ...
Investment by health systems key to improving cancer outcomes in U.S., report says
Feb 20 | Jeff Lagasse
Cancer outcomes vary substantially between populations defined by race/ethnicity, ...
Reprocessing medical devices can result in significant savings for hospitals
Feb 20 | Jeff Lagasse
Hospitals are nipping and tucking their supply chain spend by opting for half-price, ...
Analytics taking a front-and-center role in the transition to value-based care
Feb 19 | Jeff Lagasse
Applying advanced analytics to patient datasets can help organizations adopt a ...
Is the primary care talent shortage decreasing American's lifespan?
Feb 19 | Jeff Lagasse
A potential byproduct of the ongoing physician burnout and shortages is a negative impact on ...
Younger patients dissatisfied with healthcare's status quo, more willing to try nontraditional services
Feb 18 | Jeff Lagasse
The younger the patient, the more likely they are to opt ...
How poor provider communication can result in negative Yelp reviews
Feb 15 | Jeff Lagasse
As consumers become more powerful in healthcare, online reviews have become a more prominent tool ...
When EHRs lack interoperability, investing in big data analytics can help
Feb 14 | Jeff Lagasse
Pumping cash into a single, unified EHR can be cost prohibitive, so it helps to get a ...
Aligning stakeholders' incentives in the shift to value-driven health
Feb 14 | Jeff Lagasse
Singapore's bundle system has encouraged the shift to community-based care and ...

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