hospitals

Hospital Fire in Bhubaneswar, India, Kills at Least 20

Hospital Fire in Bhubaneswar, India, Kills at Least 20

The victims at Sum Hospital in Bhubaneswar, in the state of Odisha, appear to have died of smoke inhalation.
‘Like doctors in a war’: inside Venezuela’s healthcare crisis

‘Like doctors in a war’: inside Venezuela’s healthcare crisis

The country’s devastating economic downturn is ravaging its hospitals, where acute shortages threaten to reverse decades of progressDr María Gonzales cannot recall the exact moment when she realised

Chicago Hopenchange: Major hospitals bail on ObamaCare for 2017

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Giving Special Section: Asking for Money? Compliment the Donor, Not Your Organization

Giving Special Section: Asking for Money? Compliment the Donor, Not Your Organization

Professional fund-raisers describe how they use language that appeals to a donor’s sense of self, words like “kind” and “fair,” to inspire generous giving.

Giving Special Section: Asking for Money? Compliment the Donor, Not Your Organization

Professional fund-raisers describe how they use language that appeals to a donor’s sense of self, words like “kind” and “fair,” to inspire generous giving.
The New Old Age: Going to the Emergency Room Without Leaving the Living Room

The New Old Age: Going to the Emergency Room Without Leaving the Living Room

Paul Vitale assisted his mother, Maria Vitale, 88, with a hearing aid in her Elmont, Queens, home. Since March 2015, paramedics have visited 10 times, but taken her to the hospital just once.
Life Is Turned ‘Upside Down’ as Jets Pound Rebel-Held Syrian Cities

Life Is Turned ‘Upside Down’ as Jets Pound Rebel-Held Syrian Cities

A damaged ambulance after an airstrike on a rebel-held town near Aleppo, Syria, on Tuesday.
Public Health: Surprise! Insurance Paid the E.R. but Not the Doctor

Public Health: Surprise! Insurance Paid the E.R. but Not the Doctor

Patients who go to emergency rooms at hospitals covered by their medical plans may still receive a bill from a doctor who was not in the insurance company’s network.
Doctors: Lessons From the Battlefield

Doctors: Lessons From the Battlefield

Patrick Downes, who survived the Boston Marathon bombing, gets ready for a training run in Cambridge, Mass., in April.

The Investment Trend Taking Over a Multi-Trillion Dollar Industry

This post The Investment Trend Taking Over a Multi-Trillion Dollar Industry appeared first on Daily Reckoning. The health care industry is about to be transformed. Ray Blanco has more on the
Go to the Wrong Hospital and You’re 3 Times More Likely to Die

Go to the Wrong Hospital and You’re 3 Times More Likely to Die

Medics from Colerain Township in Ohio tending to a patient. Which hospital a person is taken to could make a significant difference in the medical outcome, according to a new study.
Go to the Wrong Hospital and You’re 3 Times More Likely to Die

Go to the Wrong Hospital and You’re 3 Times More Likely to Die

Medics from Colerain Township in Ohio tending to a patient. Which hospital a person is taken to could make a significant difference in the medical outcome, according to a new study.
Square Feet: Trading Hospital Rooms for Hotel Suites

Square Feet: Trading Hospital Rooms for Hotel Suites

The Cleveland Clinic, which has embraced hospital-hotel projects.
Square Feet: Trading Hospital Rooms for Hotel Suites

Square Feet: Trading Hospital Rooms for Hotel Suites

The Cleveland Clinic, which has embraced hospital-hotel projects.
No Food, No Medicine, No Respite: A Starving Boy’s Death in Venezuela

No Food, No Medicine, No Respite: A Starving Boy’s Death in Venezuela

Yamilet Lugo, left, in September visiting the grave of her son Kevin Lara Lugo, who died in July on his 16th birthday, in Maturín, Venezuela. The family had gone three days without food, and he became
Hospitals in Safety Net Brace for Health Care Law’s Repeal

Hospitals in Safety Net Brace for Health Care Law’s Repeal

Philadelphia skyscrapers seen from the Temple section of North Philadelphia, near Temple University Hospital, one of the most impoverished areas in the nation.
Hospitals in Safety Net Brace for Health Care Law’s Repeal

Hospitals in Safety Net Brace for Health Care Law’s Repeal

Philadelphia skyscrapers seen from the Temple section of North Philadelphia, near Temple University Hospital, one of the most impoverished areas in the nation.
Hospitals in Safety Net Brace for Health Care Law’s Repeal

Hospitals in Safety Net Brace for Health Care Law’s Repeal

Philadelphia skyscrapers seen from the Temple section of North Philadelphia, near Temple University Hospital, one of the most impoverished areas in the nation.