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Boldly heading down a straight path is not the way to navigate a volatile environment.
08.19.14 by Dan Beckham
Survey shows rise in exercise, good diet, preparing for peaceable end.
08.19.14 by Bill Santamour H&HN Managing Editor
In this interview, Inspira Health Networks’ Steven Linn, M.D., and John Glaser, Siemens Healthcare, discuss how hospitals can get smart about using data as they take on more risk.
08.18.14 by Suzanna Hoppszallern H&HN Senior Editor
Froedtert Health CEO says integration will be next challenge in co-ownership arrangement with Ascension’s Ministry Health Care.
08.18.14 by Marty Stempniak H&HN Staff Writer
You want your employees to feel personally accountable for their work.
07.31.2014 by Joe Tye
Organizations that move quickly toward a population health model will better navigate coming changes in reimbursement.
07.29.2014 by Michael N. Abrams, Jill E. Sackman
Those who make money off procedures will lose in the Next Health Care; those who create health will win.
07.22.2014 by Joe Flower
At Ochsner Health System, clinical transformation is more than a buzz phrase. The New Orleans-based provider is tapping into the power of mHealth to improve patient engagement.
07.17.14 by Matthew Weinstock H&HN Assistant Managing Editor
This year's Most Wired hospitals are moving deeper into data analytics and population health management. It's a steep climb.
07.09.14 by Matthew Weinstock H&HN Assistant Managing Editor, Suzanna Hoppszallern H&HN Senior Editor
A hospital serious about patient satisfaction can ill afford to be content if it scores well on standardized surveys like HCAHPS. Leaders must leverage the full range of patient satisfaction measurement tools to improve outcomes, avoid penalties and improve efficiency.