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The Interview: Jeffrey E. Thompson, M.D.
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The CEO of Gunderson Health System says that the organization’s efforts to increase its use of renewable energy sources benefit the community and the bottom line.

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Outpatient Surgery
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A pair of national initiatives aim to collect more data from ambulatory surgery settings with an eye towards improving compliance and care.

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Hospital Finances
Reboot Required

As new health care payment and delivery models emerge, hospital financial management is dramatically changing, too. How will you transition to pay for value, risk assumption and population health management?

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Fiscal Fitness
Achieving High Value Care

Fiscal Fitness looks at tested methods hospitals and health systems are using to contain expenses while improving quality of care.

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    Time to Act on Innovation

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