A new Health Policy Brief from Health Affairs and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation exploring mHealth promises and challenges makes the case that the regulation of apps will become more important as...
While the U.S. healthcare system continues to be the most pricey in the world by a long margin, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' Innovation Center is quietly finding ways to cut costs for delivering care, with most of the efforts focused for the moment on patient-centered medical homes.
The rate of obesity has significantly risen over three decades; however, the tides might be turning since obesity rates remained level in every state except Arkansas, concludes a new report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Trust for America's Health.
A new report by the Health Care Incentives Improvements Institute (HCI3) challenges previous ideas on how to improve the quality and affordability of healthcare in the nation, announced the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF).
A lot has changed since 2006, when the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation published their inagural report on Health Information Technology in the United States: The Information Base for Progress. The...
"Unprecedented" levels of financial support for health IT adoption from the Meaningful Use Incentive Program are fueling the increase in electronic health record use by providers, according to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's annual report.
While most nurses who work for state and local health departments report high levels of job satisfaction, they are not happy with salary compensation or limited promotion opportunities, according to a report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told lawmakers she didn't ask companies regulated by her department for money to help promote the health reform law.
CMS today for the first time released data comparing average hospital charges for the 100 most common Medicare claims, illustrating wide variations not just across regions but within cities.
Low-cost, high-quality care requires an all-hands-on-deck commitment across all industries, according to a coalition of national groups representing hospitals, insurers, employers and consumers.