Future of Health Care
4 Questions to Ask Before Your Next Anesthetic

4 Questions to Ask Before Your Next Anesthetic

Anesthesia is safe and uneventful for the majority of patients. Yet rare adverse events can still occur and patients need to know what to ask preoperatively.
Not Alone How to Cope with Caregiver Stress

Not Alone: How to Cope with Caregiver Stress

As your loved ones age, their memories may fade at a scary pace. That doesn’t mean your personal health has to.
Is the Solution to Our Student Debt Crisis in the Caribbean

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

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

A Plastic Surgery Boom Means Patients Must Do Their Homework

Patient SafetyAs more medical practitioners expand into aesthetic procedures, proper training and experience is a must to reduce risk and protect patient safety.

A Plastic Surgery Boom Means Patients Must Do Their Homework

How One Boy's Preventable Death is Fueling the Fight Against Sepsis

Patient SafetyIn an effort to halt sepsis, the story of a young boy’s tragic encounter is fueling the campaign to spread critical awareness farther.

How One Boy's Preventable Death is Fueling the Fight Against Sepsis

Why Cosmetic Patients Should Choose Credentials Over Convenience

Patient SafetyCosmetic procedures are increasingly offered by doctors who do not have the right training. As a patient, that poses a risk that’s rarely worth the money saved.

Why Cosmetic Patients Should Choose Credentials Over Convenience

6 Ways to Decrease the Risk of Surgical Site Infection

Patient SafetySurgical site infections are not only dangerous and the most common of all hospital-acquired infections, but also the most expensive. Here’s how patients can mitigate their risk and remain in charge of their well-being.

6 Ways to Decrease the Risk of Surgical Site Infection

How Hospitals Can Optimize Their Infection Prevention Programs

Industry PerspectiveInfection preventionists are working toward a vision of health care without infection. Here’s how leadership can effectively leverage these specialists to make their facility as safe as possible.

How Hospitals Can Optimize Their Infection Prevention Programs

Investing in Women’s Fight Against Alzheimer’s

Industry PerspectiveThe statistics around Alzheimer’s are startling, and the number of Americans affected is only set to soar.

Investing in Women’s Fight Against Alzheimer’s