Cutting added sugar out of your diet, even for a short period, can "reset [your] sugar-addled taste buds" and make you aware of "the many products that needlessly contain sugar," op-ed contributor David Leonhardt argues in the New York Times.
Chicago-based Rush Health's private health information exchange will let participants access and share aggregated data on patients willing to provide their information, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Hawaii, Illinois, and Ohio.
A study finds that Medicare's new bundled payment model is tied to substantial cost savings without any reduction in care quality—but the future of the Care for Joint Replacement Model under the Trump administration remains far from certain.
Allowing certain health care employees to work from home can boost recruitment, satisfaction, and retention—but the practice can pose problems if employers don't implement the right standards and policies, Lena Weiner reports for Health Leaders Media.
More than 50 health care providers, including Kaiser Permanente, Mayo Clinic, and Stanford Medical Center, are now giving patients online access to providers' notes—and say it's paying major dividends, Shelby Livingston writes for Modern Healthcare.