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Jul 29 | Jeff Lagasse
Less than a quarter of newly certified paramedics are female, and only about 5 percent of EMTs self-identify…
Jul 24 | Jeff Lagasse
Primary care services rendered by hospital EDs come with substantially higher price tags than in…
Jul 23 | Jeff Lagasse
Events that are less likely to occur, but have greater impact when they do, usually receive fewer training hours.
Jul 08 | Jeff Lagasse
Overall, hospitals in the CJR model saw a 3.7% decrease in average episode payments for lower extremity joint replacements.
Jul 01 | Susan Morse
The grant will advance careers in an industry short on labor.
Jul 01 | Jeff Lagasse
Medically unnecessary rides may add to city congestion, slow response time to actual emergencies and threaten the…
Jun 10 | Jeff Lagasse
Although hiring in healthcare has slowed, the trend has been positive overall, with the industry adding about 391,000 jobs over the past 12…
May 23 | Jeff Lagasse
Targeted interventions have shown a modest ability to lower costs and have the potential to…
May 22 | Mark Klimek
The strategy can carry credit risks, because when hospitals stray from their core competencies, they may strain their financial health,…
May 22 | Jeff Lagasse
However the research indicates that free-standing emergency rooms can indeed reduce wait…

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