Today's Top 20 Articles
  1. UPMC Pinnacle appoints Louis Baverso as Cumberland region president: 4 notes

    Harrisburg, Pa.-based UPMC Pinnacle tapped Louis Baverso to serve as president of its Cumberland region.
  2. Randall Castillo selected as St. Mary Medical Center CEO: 3 things to know

    Renton, Wash.-based Providence St. Joseph Health named Randall Castillo CEO of St. Mary Medical Center in Apple Valley, Calif., effective Aug. 5, according to a Daily Press report.
  3. Ascension hospitals president Robert Hoban to run foundation before retiring

    Robert Hoban, president of Ascension St. John Hospital in Detroit and Ascension River District Hospital in East China, Mich., is leaving the role for a leadership position with the Ascension Michigan Foundation until his retirement next year, according to Crain's Detroit Business.

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  1. EY: CEOs, boards, investors align on need for corporate social responsibility

    A new survey from EY suggests the days of keeping quiet on major societal issues are numbered for CEOs.
  2. Boston Children's Hospital uses robotics, special effects for medical simulations training

    Boston Children's Hospital has implemented neurological teaching robots to help train medical staff on various procedures before they operate on real patients, CBS affiliate WBZ reports.
  3. Providence St. Joseph CCO on healthcare's stage in the EHR revolution

    EHRs have helped improve several inefficiencies associated with paper documentation; however, there is still much room for advancement in terms of the EHR revolution, according to Providence St. Joseph Health Chief Clinical Officer Amy Compton Phillips, MD.
  4. McLeod Health to launch Cerner EHR at 4 more hospitals

    Florence, S.C.-based McLeod Health will roll out a Cerner EHR at four more of its hospitals in September, according to SC Now. 

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  1. Viewpoint: 3 reasons why this philosopher of science distrusts medicine

    Most modern medicinal treatments do not work well, and our health will improve and costs will decrease if we resort to using it less often, argues Jacob Stegenga, PhD, a philosopher of science at the University of Cambridge, in his new book Medical Nihilism.
  2. The relationship between medical scribes and physicians

    Along with providing documentation for physicians, the relationship between providers and medical scribes can turn into a mentorship.
  3. Drug-resistant urinary tract infections are on the rise: 5 things to know

    Drug-resistant strains of urinary tract infections have been on the rise, resulting in more hospitalizations, serious illnesses and prolonged discomfort for patients, according to The New York Times.
  4. Nurses reveal the 6 best aspects of their jobs

    Dozens of nurses spoke with Business Insider about what they consider to be the best part of their job.

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  1. Serena Williams, Mark Cuban invest in health IT startup tackling maternal mortality

    Mahmee, a Los Angeles-based startup creating a digital platform to monitor maternal health and prevent avoidable complications and deaths, raised $3 million in seed funding from investors including Serena Williams and Mark Cuban.
  2. AI predicts kidney injury in burn victims more quickly, accurately than traditional methods

    A machine learning model developed at the University of California Davis was able to quickly and accurately predict acute kidney injury in burn patients, a common complication occurring in around 30 percent of severe burn cases.
  3. 13 recent hospital, health system CNO and CMO moves

    Becker's Hospital Review reported the following hospital and health system chief nursing officer and CMO moves in the last four weeks.
  4. Beaumont to become key managed care insurer after Summa deal

    If Beaumont Health closes its proposed acquisition of Summa Health, Beaumont could become a major player in Michigan's hospital-owned managed care business, according to Crain's Detroit Business.
  5. Woman's Hospital chief strategy officer departs after position is eliminated

    Baton Rouge, La.-based Woman's Hospital has eliminated the chief strategy officer position, ousting Stan Shelton, according to a Greater Baton Rouge Business Report.
  6. Georgians accused of illegally getting Medicaid coverage from Tennessee

    Tennessee officials are looking into allegations that 16 Georgia residents fraudulently received coverage under Tennessee's Medicaid program, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
  7. Suicide risk among nurses higher than in other occupations

    Both male and female nurses face higher suicide risk than their counterparts in other occupations, according to a study published in Archives of Psychiatric Nursing.
  8. 3 ways to mitigate the risks of implementing digital health initiatives

    The ongoing digitization of healthcare has ushered in a more connected and accessible health ecosystem, but also new risks of hacking, leaks and other data privacy violations, as well as increased regulatory and oversight processes.
  9. 50 states ranked by number of preterm births

    California has the most premature births among all states, with 40,907 such births recorded in 2017, according to a ranking from the Kaiser Family Foundation.

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