Volume 8, Issue 1
After a challenging year under strain from a global pandemic, how do we individually, or collectively, identify with our future direction? AAPL can help!
Arrogant leaders create a toxic environment that decreases motivation and sends people packing. Here are several strategies for keeping arrogant leaders in check.
The number of healthcare providers impacted by the Sunshine Act has expanded. Understanding the changes will help ensure accurate reporting on all covered payments.
A seasoned physician leader reflects on the evolution of practice promotion — from word of mouth to comprehensive Internet strategies.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is actively working with a broad coalition of partners to enhance cybersecurity across the healthcare and public health sectors.
ChristianaCare’s Center for WorkLife Wellbeing is spearheading many collaborative efforts designed to promote caregiver wellbeing during the current pandemic.
Artificial intelligence is finding an important place in improving healthcare and providing better overall outcomes for patients.
The use of a new rounding model and discharge tool derived from the EMR provided an opportunity to study the impact on discharge processes and outcomes.
A Quality Improvement Initiative: Patient-Specific Factors Contributing to Extended PACU Length of Stay and Subsequent Cost
What roles do preoperative and intraoperative factors, as well as nonclinical components of the system, have in predicting the postoperative acute care unit length of stay?