Hospital of Tomorrow
CHICAGO (AP) — Identical twins Kelly McCarthy and Kristen Maurer have shared a lot in their lives so when one was diagnosed with breast cancer, she urged the other to get tested, too.
Health care economics, politics and demographics have triggered an epidemic of hospital closures around the country. And the trend is likely to continue.
Hospitals executives and experts gathered to discuss the future of the industry at the U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow Forum in Washington this week.
At the U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow forum, industry experts discussed the best ways to improve a hospital's surgical quality -- and sustain that improvement.
Will the uninsured really sign up for Obamacare? If so, how will hospitals systems handle the load?
One in 20 people hospitalized each year develop a health care-associated infection. How can hospitals reduce that number?
Electronic medical record systems are built for fee-for-service care. That needs to change, one expert says during the U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow forum.
Experts at the U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow conference discuss how health care professional can better manage palliative care.
At the U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow forum, executives offer ways to help ACE's face the future.
At the U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow conference, experts discuss the potential of telemedicine and what it means for the future.