More than a building
Rethinking what it means to be a hospital

New payment models and other trends are forcing hospitals to become far more than providers of inpatient care. Here are how four organizations are embracing this new reality.


Connecting the Continuum
The Promise of mHealth

Mobile apps and devices are beginning to shape how care is delivered. Learn how in our ongoing series.


The Interview: Sally Okun, R.N.
Giving patients a voice

The registered nurse and a leader of the social networking site PatientsLikeMe is passionate about bridging the disconnect that prevails between clinicians and their patients.


Physician Engagement
Giving physicians some peace of mind

How can hospitals better engage with doctors when so many of them are feeling overwhelmed, underappreciated and underpaid?


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CEO turnover may have hit a tipping point. With fresh eyes coming into the field, it will be interesting to see what innovations follow.

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