Improving Patient Care in Hospital Intensive Care Units

By Jason M. Carlton, APR

Intermountain Medical Center critical care physician-researcher, Samuel M. Brown, MD MS, is in the midst of a research initiative to identify how clinicians can improve the way care is delivered in hospital intensive care units, or ICUs. 

The Future of Cancer Care

By Collin Searle

Our team at Precision Genomics has described the future of cancer care as “bright” and “hopeful.” Cancer affects so many of us, that a paradigm shift is a must. Our knowledge and understanding of treating cancer would not be where it is today without carefully planned clinical research. Precision Genomics is giving patients more options. Patients are living longer, they’re happier and have a better quality of life. The word we would describe the future of cancer care is “exciting!” 

5 Promising Healthcare Changes, Initiatives, and Investments

By Joe Mott, Vice President, Population Health
patient at hospital with family

We wanted to know what other healthcare leaders thought the top initiative would be in the upcoming year, so we asked. Here are five promising changes and innovations leaders feel have the potential to improve quality and/or lower the cost curve of healthcare in the U.S.