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600+ Women Open Up About Working In Health Care In 2018

It’s well noted that women are the primary decision makers for health and care decisions. However, in 2018 they are still greatly underrepresented in health care leadership. And while progress has been made, across the male-dominated health world, gender discrimination is alive and well.

Here Are The Lawmakers Who May Take The Gavels Of Committees That Oversee Health Care

Now that Democrats hold the majority in the House, the committees overseeing health care will also see a shakeup in committee leadership. But in the Senate, where Republicans maintained control, the changes will be more modest.

Viewpoints: Amid Attack On Truth, Health Law Is Strong Election Message For Democrats; Demand Leadership To Improve Health Care

Editorial pages focus on the Health Law and other health topics.

CEO Of Geisinger Is Moving To Google To Head Health Care Venture

David Feinberg has both medical and business degrees. The new Google leadership position is expected to direct the company's initiatives targeting health care, from web services to machine learning to devices.

GE leadership change won't derail health care unit spinoff

The spinoff of GE Healthcare into an independent entity is progressing as planned despite a leadership change at the top, the -More- 

RPS sets out tests for primary care networks

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society has written to NHS England calling for community pharmacists to play a role in primary care leadership and for medicines optimisation advocates to be involved in local leadership.

New focus on prevention is great leadership and could be seminal moment, says NHS Confederation

Responding to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care’s expected announcement of his prevention vision, Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare sector, said: “This is great leadership from the Secretary of State. If backed by action and resources this could be a seminal moment. “Preventing […] The p...

Where’s the leadership? Future commitments of Unicef and WHO for global child health

Country leadership and national tailored strategies for child survival, health, and development are essential to achieve universal health coverage for children. As the principal UN agencies...

AccentCare, Inc. Adds New Leadership Roles to Support Growth

DALLAS (PRWEB) August 21, 2018 AccentCare, Inc. is structuring its leadership team to accommodate the healthcare industry trend of greater post-acute care coordination with health systems. The company announced the addition of two new executive positions to expand and support joint venture pa...

Procurement Requirements Drive Interoperability in Health Care IT

THURSDAY, Oct. 18, 2018 -- Interoperability of health care information technology (IT) must be improved to facilitate creation of a fully integrated health care system that can improve health and health care at lower cost, according to a report...

ONC Roundup: Senior Leadership Changes Spark Questions

Rajiv LeventhalThe Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) has continued to experience changes within its upper leadership, leading some folks to again ponder what the health IT agency’s role will be moving forward.

Early exposure to health enrichment programs benefits students

A study conducted by LSU Health New Orleans researchers provides new evidence that early exposure to multiple health disciplines in pipeline programs targeting underserved/underrepresented students interested in health professions reduces the development of traditional role and leadership stereotypes about professional health care teams and practice.

Students in health enrichment programs benefit from early team-based exposure

(Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center) A study conducted by LSU Health New Orleans researchers provides new evidence that early exposure to multiple health disciplines in pipeline programs targeting underserved/underrepresented students interested in health professions reduces the development of traditional role and leadership stereotypes about professional health care teams and pract...

DocASAP and Prevea Health to Co-Present at AMGA’s 2018 Institute for Quality Leadership

HERNDON, Va. (PRWEB) November 14, 2018 Dr. Ashok Rai, CEO and President of Prevea Health and Jordan Pisarcik, Vice President, Account Management at DocASAP, will host a session titled “Patient-centric Care: Closing Care Gaps through Technology, Transparency, and the Payer-Provider Nexus” W...

11 Things Health Leaders Need To Know About Social Media & Marketing

Marketing of technology and public health have great disparities, but also that leadership in health care are not executing on their brands, social media or marketing. But in the U.S., hospital identity and health branding are paramount for success in a community. Here are crazy social media stats.

Researchers compare health outcomes for VA and non-VA hospitals

The Veterans Health Administration is the largest integrated health care system in the United States, providing care at 1,243 health care facilities, including 172 VA Medical Centers and 1,062 outpatient sites.

The hazard of the health care common is communication

Both in and outside of health care certain buzz words and phrases become so ubiquitously used that a shared understanding is assumed despite conflicting perceptions of what these sentiments actually mean. Examples in health care include: shared decision making, quality of life, professionalism, patient-centered care, and evidence-based. Each sounds positive and intuitive — what health […]

Gastro Health Expands Executive Leadership Team Amid Rapid Growth

MIAMI (PRWEB) August 14, 2018 Gastro Health, LLC (“Gastro Health”), one of the nation’s fastest-growing gastroenterology groups, today announced new leadership roles for healthcare executives Simon Frisch and Chris Weinstein, who have been appointed Senior Vice President, Strategic Operations...

Vanderbilt Announces Health IT Leadership Transition

David Raths, Contributing EditorVanderbilt University Medical Center HealthIT has announced a change of leadership. In January 2019 Neal Patel, M.D., M.P.H., who has been VUMC’s chief health information officer, will succeed Kevin Johnson, M.D., M.S., as HealthIT leader.

Radical transformations likely needed to achieve universal health care

(Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health) Technological innovation, expansion of the use of frontline personnel such as community health workers, and rapid increases in health care financing are likely to be instrumental to achieving universal health care (UHC) in countries around the world, according to a wide-ranging review of the scientific evidence on UHC.

A fight for the heart and soul of health care

Health care has undergone innumerable changes over the last decade, and the pace of change only appears to be accelerating. At the crux of most of the changes we’ve seen is the central problem that the cost of our health care system is unsustainable, and we as a nation need to put the brakes on […]

Advancement in medical imaging methods for health care

The fast-moving advancement in medical imaging technology has revolutionized health care science. When information technology is integrated with imaging technology, it takes health care to new horizons. On the other hand, there is an increase in the number of health care workers to meet the need of growing population and requirement of quality health services.

Immigrants use little health care, subsidize care of non-immigrants: Harvard/Tufts study

(Physicians for a National Health Program) A study in the International Journal of Health Services finds that immigrants use far less health care than non-immigrants, and may actually subsidize the care of US citizens. Immigrants' utilization was only one-half to two-thirds as high as that of the US-born population. Researchers concluded that immigrants effectively subsidize private and public ins...

Texas Clinics Busting Traditional Silos Of Mental And Physical Health Care

Efforts to provide care that integrates physical and mental health services are spreading, partly because untreated mental health conditions negatively affect physical health and escalate health care costs.

The Lancet Global Health: Improved access to care not sufficient to improve health, as epidemic of poor quality care revealed

(The Lancet) Of the 8.6 million deaths from conditions treatable by health care, poor-quality care is responsible for an estimated 5 million deaths per year -- more than deaths due to insufficient access to care (3.6 million) .Global efforts to expand access to care through Universal Health Coverage will be wasted if health system quality does not improve.

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