NHS Solutions News

Cardiac Care Research Refines Patient Outcomes

From nuclear imaging diagnostics that reveal the finest details of the heart, to Big Data and meta-analytical methods that expose the human health ecosystem from a bird’s-eye view. Where risk and reward [...]

NHS Solutions Doubles its Referral Bonus to $1000

We meet the best people through the people that we know and trust. We have a huge network of people that we have worked with over the years, and we can’t say enough how much we value everything that they [...]

The High and Rising Cost of Opioid Addictions

A recent study into data surrounding the health care impact of opioid addictions offers both a detailed case study in epidemiology and big data methodology, and a working model of behavioral health [...]

Heart Disease is the Leading Cause of Death

Heart disease affects more than 1 in 10 adults and is still the number 1 cause of death in America. These statistics mask the good news in cardiac health data. In just under 50 years, the death rate from [...]

What Is the Impact of Data on Behavioral Health Care?

As health care continues to evolve under the influence powerful demographic, technological, and political forces, some things will not change. Overall public well-being will continue to depend on the [...]

Clear Communication Means Everything in Healthcare

It seems safe to say that healthcare executives and practicing medical professionals are well served by maintaining an agnostic view of the politics surrounding the Affordable Care Act and the seemingly [...]

Leadership and Innovation From a Health Care Disruptor

Mick Ebling, the keynote speaker at this year’s American Organization of Nurse Executives’ annual meeting, has had a long, successful career as an executive producer in the film and television industry. [...]

Minimalist Outcomes in Healthcare Administration

Americans have long sought a system that provides high-value care for all. We strive for prevention and community wellness programs, and to include patients and families as collaborators in managing care. [...]