September 8, 2014
EHR adoption among U.S. hospitals continues to rise steeply: 59% now have at least a basic EHR. Small and rural hospitals continue to lag behind their better resourced counterparts.
July 1, 2012
While the need to address disparities in care is well known, few strategies for reducing disparities have been studied systematically.
August 19, 2014
Human Capital Blog
Health care workers who have not attained bachelor’s degrees will have an opportunity for expanded roles and upward mobility in the changing health care landscape, according to a new Brookings Institution report.
August 11, 2014
There has been a great investment and considerable growth in electronic health records, but a big problem remains: it’s still too difficult to share information across systems for cost-effective, patient-centered
care in the United States.
Over $100m worth of unused medication is destroyed each year, while 25% of working-age Americans cannot afford those very medications. SIRUM matches unused medication to patients who need it the most.
August 1, 2014
The success of open enrollment medical insurance depended upon reaching the uninsured. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation examined the successes in the first year of open enrollment and offers states recommendations on how best to market their campaigns.
July 30, 2014
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation announced 20 nurses have been selected as RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows for 2014, the program’s last cohort. This program provides leadership and professional development to emerging nurse leaders.
May 1, 2012
Poll measures Americans' views on costs and quality of medical care.
How nonprofit hospitals collaborate with public health and other community partners to set priorities and improve wellness in their communities.
July 14, 2014
Dementia cases are projected to triple by 2050. Nurses are responding to an urgent call for care that focuses on allowing sufferers to function as independently as possible and to achieve better health outcomes.