Monkeypox: What is it and should I be concerned?


Monkeypox has been declared a public health emergency. Here are some of the facts you should know. 


Diagnostic Imaging Tools IVUS and FFR Offer More Targeted Cardiology Treatments for Patients


As complements to angiography, intravascular ultrasound and fractional flow reserve give physicians a far more complete picture of patients’ coronary conditions.


How Adapting the Five Rights of Medication Administration (5Rs) to Your Hospital Laboratory Provides a Structured Framework for Test Selection in Demand Management


In order to face the variety of challenges in meeting the demand for hospital laboratory services, a better test selection process is needed. Adapting the 5Rs to your demand management program can support enhanced patient care while improving laboratory capabilities, responsiveness and reduced costs.


Turning Ambition into Action: Achieving Health Equity Starts with Better Measurement


A successful health equity strategy starts with better measurement and effective communication.



Workplace Violence: Three Ways to Improve Hospital Employees’ Safety


Statistics show that healthcare workers are at an increased risk for violence and that this has been exacerbated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Every employee has the right to go to work and be safe. Here are three proven strategies to improve workplace safety. 


ESG: What It Is and What It Means for Healthcare


Environmental, Social and Governance is generating buzz (and confusion) across the industry — but at its core, it’s about improving human health 


Nutrition is Vital Ingredient in Better Wound Care


Nutrition is an important component in wound prevention and care, and dietitians play a key role in ensuring patients receive the proper nourishment to not just recover but thrive.


How the Expiration of MACRA’s aAPM Bonus Will Impact ACO Decision Making


Without congressional intervention, a significant financial incentive for physicians to participate in value-based payment models will disappear at the end of 2022. Learn what providers should be thinking about amid financial uncertainty. 


Practice and Proficiency: From the Airport to the Operating Room


A reflection on one aspect of the Vizient Research Institute’s 2021 study, the prevalence of high-risk surgical procedures occurring in low-volume settings and its juxtaposition with the views of physicians, health system executives and patients.


Let’s Shine a Light on the Fight Against Alzheimer’s Today and Every Day


June 21 marks the summer solstice and the longest day of the year. While you might be tempted to mark the beginning of summer with a cookout or dip in the pool, consider joining the thousands from across the world who will use the longest day to fight the darkness of Alzheimer's Disease through an activity of their choice. June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month and provides an opportunity for healthcare professionals to shine a light on Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia.