Future of Health Care
What Can Organ Donation Teach Us About Clinical Trials

What Can Organ Donation Teach Us About Clinical Trials?

As Americans clamor for new treatments for cancer, Alzheimer’s, and a wide array rare diseases, few individuals recognize the role that they themselves could play.
The Art and Science of Wearable Well Being Tech

The Art and Science of Wearable Well-Being Tech

Just as wellness programs have developed from focusing solely on a person’s physical well-being so too has the way we use technology to stay engaged and motivated.
The Most Important Nursing Role You ve Never Heard Of

The Most Important Nursing Role You’ve Never Heard Of

Navigating through today’s health care system can be a maze of confusion for even the savviest of patients. But qualified help is on the way.
Who s Poised to Care for the Aging Boomer Population

Who’s Poised to Care for the Aging Boomer Population?

For people of all ages, our health care needs change as we grow and develop.
Hospital Safety What to Consider When You re Expecting

Hospital Safety: What to Consider When You’re Expecting

In the U.S., a baby is born every seven seconds. But not all those births are the same.

How Nurse Educators Are Impacting the Future of Nursing

NewsNurse educators have an incredible opportunity and a moral imperative to prepare the 21st century nursing workforce.

How Nurse Educators Are Impacting the Future of Nursing

Collaboration Over Competition: Making Children’s Hospitals Safer

Patient SafetyHalf of the nation’s children’s hospitals are binding together to help reduce medical errors and unnecessary loss.

Collaboration Over Competition: Making Children’s Hospitals Safer

Meet the Faces Behind Clinical Trials

Industry PerspectiveRaising public awareness of clinical trials is the focus of many initiatives, yet by and large, the people who carry out clinical trial operations remain unsung.

Meet the Faces Behind Clinical Trials

Making Mobile Health Mutually Beneficial to Patients and Providers

TelemedicineFor all of the promises of mobile heath, we are unlikely to realize the potential until patient-generated data becomes more intertwined with the health care system.

Making Mobile Health Mutually Beneficial to Patients and Providers

The Educational Tools Today’s Nurses Need

NewsEmployers today are looking for nurses with advanced degrees at an ever-increasing rate. Fortunately, nurses considering a return to school have multiple options for continuing their education.

The Educational Tools Today’s Nurses Need

What Happens When Patients Are Comfortable Asking for Help?

Patient SafetyBetter, safer care requires creating a culture in which staff and patients are encouraged to speak up, and improve together.

What Happens When Patients Are Comfortable Asking for Help?