Many who work in and around the U.S. health care system share a vision of primary care as the foundation for all health care.
Joint ventures are becoming a mission-critical strategy for an increasing number of health care entities seeking to build a stronger business model and a more efficient health care system.
One of the most transformative trends in health care is the accelerating shift to increasingly interwoven organizations.
The COVID-19 pandemic drove significant expansion in state and federal telehealth policies, playing a critical role in ensuring access to substance use disorder (SUD) services, even during quarantine.
An interdisciplinary service line is the organization of multidisciplinary clinical programs into an integrated care continuum around a population or disease state.
When the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was enacted in 1996, there was virtually no Internet utilization, smartphones or artificial intelligence.
Scientific advances in understanding how to manipulate genes to alter the course of disease are now starting to bear fruit.
Blood cancer takes a demanding physical, mental and emotional toll on the 1.3 million patients living with this disease in the United States.
The No Surprises Act—set to take effect January 1, 2022—is intended to protect patients from surprise medical bills.
Academic health centers are differentiated by their tripartite mission focused on clinical care, education and research.