U.S. News & World Report says eight children’s hospitals in California are among the best in the country across numerous pediatric specialties. The news organization released its 12th annual “Best Children’s Hospitals” rankings Tuesday. (Hollywood Patch)
The $90 million Berkeley Outpatient Center – a joint venture between John Muir Health and UCSF Health – is opening this month as part of the group’s efforts to build out capacity in the East Bay in the face of increasing competition from new disruptors and traditional business rivals. (San Francisco Business Times)
Doctors say transportation can be a major barrier between patients and their health care. It’s especially difficult for those who live in rural areas, don’t own a car or can’t afford gas.
Hospitals are increasingly trying out rides-hailing companies such as Lyft and Uber to get patients to appointments. A new UC Davis pilot program funded by the Children’s Miracle Network will cover the cost of a Lyft for expectant parents. (Capital Public Radio)
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