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VA removes vets from facility after finding veteran dead for 4 days

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs investigation also found other issues at the California Villa home


Are healthcare villages the future?

They are modern, realistic approaches to the problem of healthcare


Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: Fire extinguishers

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for fire extinguishers


Micro-hospital set to open in Tulsa Hills

It has the capability of CT scan, ultrasound, lab, radiology, etc.


Healthcare facility sends two comfort dogs to El Paso after mass shooting

Dogs offer comfort to the hospital staff and first responders tending to shooting victims


VA healthcare facilities going smoke free Oct. 1st

A recent VA survey revealed that approximately 85 percent of responding facility leadership support smoke-free campuses


Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: Lactation pods

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for lactation pods


Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: Aerosol can storage

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for aerosol can storage


Healthcare and retail: A perfect match

Healthcare providers nationwide are actively expanding into “convenience care” as healthcare consumers increasingly expect greater availability and a better experience when seeking care


CMS won't update hospital star ratings until expert panel review

Ratings were last updated in February after 14 months


Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: EM lights in MRI

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for EM lights in MRI


The healthcare industry is growing, but not for all workers

The healthcare jobs that are growing are in fields like home health care and urgent care


Most U.S. hospices surveyed had deficiencies

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services report said 87 percent of hospices that were surveyed over a five-year period failed to meet one or more requirements


Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: Smoke detectors

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for smoke detectors


New hospital near Washington opening soon within ‘Science Gateway’

The area includes the new headquarters for the Food & Drug Administration, mixed-use projects, new public amenities and the first bus rapid transit system in the state


Brooklyn Heights clinic designing spaces for adults, children

Weill Cornell Medicine is outfitting two floors of primary care outpatient clinics, one pediatric and one adult, at its facility in Brooklyn Heights, N.Y., according to an article on the Healthcare Design website.


Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: Blanket warmers

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for blanket warmers


Uber Health chief says company's place in healthcare established

Data shows that 4 million medical appointments are missed or delayed every year because patients can't get to their appointments


Regulations, Codes & Standards Q&A: Four-inch rule

Brad Keyes discusses regulations for four-inch rule


Healthcare revenue cycle management outsourcing market 2026 to scale higher

Increase linked with implementation of machine learning



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