Which option is the best for lowering mortality rates among patients hospitalized with intracerebral hemorrhage?
Older adults with hearing loss are less likely to be hospitalized or to visit the emergency room when they wear hearing aids, compared to those who don't, a recent study suggests.
Recent research examined the impact of intravenous ganciclovir prophylaxis on interleukin 6 levels in adults with cytomegalovirus.
Anthem recently announced a new imaging payment policy, which excludes payments to hospitals for outpatient MRIs and CT scans.
Researchers compared care received by older adults vs younger adults who were admitted to the emergency department with suicide risk.
A recent study examined how Hospital Value-Based Purchasing changed clinical processes and patient experience at participating acute care hospitals.
Terry Dunn, PharmD, clinical assistant professor at the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, discusses her new study on the benefits of giving pharmacists an active role in transitional care.
A study found hospitals with shorter postoperative length of stays did not have higher postdischarge care use or readmissions.
With the pending repeal of the ACA, hospitals are unable to predict how many of their patients will be insured and what type of coverage they will have.
A first-of-its-kind measure to gauge hospitalization rates among long-stay skilled nursing residents has been endorsed by the National Quality Forum.