Four things healthcare IT can learn from the 1990s
When mapping healthcare's future, remember the rise of the internet
Treat the children well
High-deductible health plans might be the biggest threat to pediatric health, argues Paul Levy
The Mayo Clinic’s culture of ‘socialism run by Republicans’
How the 'Mayo Way' of team-based governance and management keeps physicians engaged and happy
No more leftovers: Tackling the opioid crisis one pill at a time
How one orthopedic surgery group is helping to solve its community's epidemic
Expert forum: Why men and women experience opioids differently
Addiction experts weigh in on the data, the crisis, and the role physicians play
Infographic: Opioid prescribing patterns
New data uncovers differences in prescriptions by age, gender, and payer.
Understanding the opioid crisis through prescribing patterns
4 trends shed light on the national crisis
How to turn a critical access hospital around
Lost Rivers Medical Center was in dire straits. Now, it turns a profit and leads its state in patient satisfaction.
The rise of home visits, or everything old is new again
As baby boomers age, some say home visits will keep Medicare costs under control
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