Future of Health Care
Better Bandwidth Allows Rural Providers to Improve Patient Care

Better Bandwidth Allows Rural Providers to Improve Patient Care

From hospitals and clinics to municipal agencies, rural health care providers are receiving aid from a government program that helps modernize and offset costs for telecommunications.
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.
Make a Lasting Impression Top 4 Tips for Health Care Job Seekers

Make a Lasting Impression: Top 4 Tips for Health Care Job Seekers

Check out these helpful tips if you’re in the market for a new healthcare job and want to make a lasting impression with employers.
Collaboration Over Competition Making Children s Hospitals Safer

Collaboration Over Competition: Making Children’s Hospitals Safer

Half of the nation’s children’s hospitals are binding together to help reduce medical errors and unnecessary loss.
Continuous Monitoring May Help Detect Life Threatening Infections Earlier

Continuous Monitoring May Help Detect Life Threatening Infections Earlier

Sepsis or SIRS is at the tip of caregivers’ tongues when it comes to modern hospital safety. Innovative technology might help in its early detection.

More Nurses Find Competitive Edge in Online Education

NewsNurses looking to take the next step in their professional development are increasingly turning to online programs to ensure their education is on par with expectations. 

More Nurses Find Competitive Edge in Online Education

Captain Sully: 'Winging It' Is Not Enough

Patient SafetyCaptain "Sully” Sullenberger draws parallels between aviation and healthcare risks, explaining the need for highly-trained professionals in both fields of work.

Captain Sully: 'Winging It' Is Not Enough

What Can Organ Donation Teach Us About Clinical Trials?

Industry PerspectiveAs 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.

What Can Organ Donation Teach Us About Clinical Trials?

Is the Solution to Our Student Debt Crisis in the Caribbean?

NewsWith the swelling debt crisis being a major concern for many students, the concept of affordability is being closely reexamined far and wide.

Is the Solution to Our Student Debt Crisis in the Caribbean?

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

Hospital Safety: What to Consider When You’re Expecting

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

Hospital Safety: What to Consider When You’re Expecting