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Health Care Consumerism
Who are the disruptors?

The new health care consumer chooses and changes coverage and providers like never before, upending hospitals’ business models.

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Population Health
Eyeing key partnerships

Hospitals are finding valuable partners in their local public health departments.

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ICD-10 Blog Series
Making Use of the Delay

In this special blog series, hospital CEO Marty Fattig, CIO Linda Reed and CMO Adam Myers, M.D., detail how leaders can make use of the added time and position their organizations for success.

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Can You Imagine?
Futuristic tech meets health care delivery

Amazing technologies are propelling health care with 3-D printed body organs, 24/7 patient monitoring and almost everything a surgeon needs right at his or her fingertips — literally.

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Data Dig

What Health Care Apps Are Consumers Using To Manage Their Conditions?

In a 2015 survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network, the willingness to use mobile health care apps was highest among respondents with these medical conditions.

 

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