We know medical error is a deadly problem. Why haven’t we fixed it?

It's the 20th anniversary of the report by the Institute of Medicine that uncovered up to 100,000 people were dying annually from preventable medical errors.

Improving health care through better choices

Former U.S. Surgeon General and chief of health innovations at Canyon Ranch Richard Carmona MD, PMH, FACS spoke on current health issues and the importance of the supply chain in improving organizational performance and clinical practice.

Mayo Clinic Arizona CEO Wyatt Decker to address ECP luncheon

Wyatt Decker, MD, CEO of Mayo Clinic Arizona, will be the featured speaker at the Economic Club of Phoenix luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. 15, presented by Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business.

Hospital-doctor relationship is key to reduce health care supply costs

New research shows that investing in mechanisms to align physician incentives with medical facility incentives saves money.

From snake oil to biotech breakthroughs: The business of immortality and its impact on consumers

When do discoveries stop being headlines and start being a product on the shelf available for purchase? The short answer, according to John Marchica, faculty associate in the W. P. Carey School of Business and the College of Health Solutions, is approximately 10 years.