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What the Rise in Outpatient Care Means for Your Hospital

September 9, 2016 by Jennifer Landis

Until recently, most medical procedures required a lengthy hospital stay and a bill to match, but changes in surgical techniques have led to many of these procedures being moved to an outpatient facility. What does this shift to outpatient car mean for your hospital and the medical community as a whole?[read more]

Top 5 Posts on HealthWorks Collective [August]

September 1, 2016 by Patrick Sutton

HealthWorks Collective is about bringing together the brightest minds in Health Care and Health Administration. Our goal is to offer a platform to share ideas, experiences, and skills with a community that shares that passion. We receive dozens of contributions from the best in the industry every day. To make sure you didn't miss out,...[read more]


Call for Contributors

August 24, 2016 by Patrick Sutton

Did you know that you can contribute to HealthWorks Collective? That’s right, HWC has an open call for contributors and is looking for new voices to join our community. What does it mean to be a contributor? A HealthWorks Collective contributor provides content to be published on the site. That can be original writing produced...[read more]


Google's Upcoming Changes: How it Will Hurt the Growth of Private Practices

August 11, 2016 by Travis Schneider

Google has started rolling out a testing program to decrease that number again, from three local results to just two, replacing the third entry with a paid advertisement.[read more]


Medical Advancement on Patient Privacy: It Must Be Protected At All Cost

May 25, 2016 by Viatcheslav Wlassoff

Most people in medicine understand that working in the healthcare industry requires dedication, attention to detail, and a very high level of trustworthiness. When they think about that trustworthiness in terms of patient confidentiality, they usually frame it in the context of HIPPA requirements and just generally ...[read more]

Diagnostic Reading: “Must Read” Articles on HIT and Radiology

May 17, 2016 by Erica Carnevale

HealthIT is improving care; expectations for radiology reports are increasingThis week’s articles include: executives support for health IT technology; need for improvements in radiology reporting; a Gallup survey shows healthcare costs are greatest concern for many Americans; two-thirds of healthcare organizations believe personalized...[read more]


5 Reasons Why Investing in Quality Exercise Apparel & Equipment is Worth It

May 17, 2016 by Ryan Kh

The future for medicine is far brighter than its past, as it should be. The 21st century is certain to usher in revolutions in the world of healthcare, as the century before it proved to do as well. For us in the meantime, it can seem like the so-called progress never materializes, but even in 2016, the seemingly future of medicine is already present.[read more]


Five Fields In Healthcare That Are Quickly Growing

May 17, 2016 by Anita Ginsburg

The healthcare industry can be extremely lucrative, but it is tough for many students and professionals to decide which fields are growing and in need of new talent. Here is a list of five healthcare fields that are not only growing today, but also estimated to need thousands of new employees in the coming years.[read more]


Moles: Simple Skin Issue or Something More?

May 12, 2016 by Viatcheslav Wlassoff

This article presents a selection of research papers on the subject of neuroscience and neurology published in April. As usual, many new interesting findings were made public this month, and the selection presented here reflects mostly my personal opinion of their importance.[read more]

Should the FDA Approve Experimental Treatment for Severe Diseases?

May 9, 2016 by Michael Kirsch

In the news recently is a conflict between families of kids with Duchenne muscular dystrophy and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). A very small study of an experimental drug called eteplirsen suggested some benefit. But not enough is known.[read more]

Patient Centricity – It’s Time for a New Focus

May 9, 2016 by Danyell Jones

Patient Centricity is not just the newest healthcare buzzword, it is an emerging concept that is here to stay! Healthcare is currently making rapid shifts, and one of the most fundamental of these shifts is the shift to what industry professionals are terming “patient centricity.”[read more]

California Supreme Court Rebuts Court Ruling On UR Physician Liability

April 29, 2016 by Josh Nelson

Medical reviewers and workers’ compensation providers can breathe a sigh of relief – at least for now. Last week the California Supreme Court ruled to officially depublicize a lower court’s previous ruling on the utilization review (UR) and workers’ compensation industries that would have set a precedent by holding UR physicians responsible for the care of patients whose cases the physicians review.[read more]

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