10 Steps To Rebuilding Healthcare After Obamacare Collapse

A woman looks at the Healthcare.gov Internet site on October 25, 2016. (KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

President Obama made his rounds at Democratic campaign functions to remind voters

Trump Health-Care Plans Trouble Industry, Jefferies Survey Finds

Health-care stocks jumped just after Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. presidential election, yet few in the pharmaceutical industry surveyed by Jefferies Group LLC are celebrating now.

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Africans Seeking Health-Care in India Draw Hospitals to Kenya

Cash-rich Indian hospital groups such as recently listed Narayana Hrudayalaya Ltd. are setting up operations in Africa to tap a growing stream of middle class patients from the continent

How to Get Health Care Employees Onboard with Change

Organizational transformation is notoriously difficult. Twenty years ago, John Kotter

In healthcare, change is even harder than in most industries. Clinical and administrative staff often view their work as

Study reveals new insights into drug-caused deaths among health caring professionals – News

An Australian-first study conducted by Monash University has found that from 2003-2013 nearly five deaths per 1000 employed Australian health care professionals were caused by drugs,

Tuesday Sector Laggards: Healthcare, Energy

Looking at the sectors faring worst as of midday Tuesday, shares of Healthcare companies are underperforming other sectors, showing a 2.0% loss. Within the sector, Patterson Companies Inc (

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Giving Patients an Active Role in Their Health Care

As payment and care delivery models shift in the United States from episodic, fee-for-service care toward population health and value-based reimbursement, health care leaders are focused more than ever

What Healthcare Analytics Can Teach The Rest of Us

Analytics are taking on a lead role in all phases of the healthcare system. Those personal fitness devices? Their value is in what they say about us,

U.S. medical spending adult 5 percent in 2015

TUESDAY, Nov. 22, 2016 -- Privately insured Americans spent nearly 5 percent more on healthcare last year than in 2014, largely because of escalating prices, new research shows.

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