advertisement
Most Wired Innovator Award
Using IT in a Meaningful Way

The creative use of IT is breaking new ground at health systems in Pennsylvania and Florida and at a rural hospital in Missouri.

READ MORE >

Dick Davidson Award
Reaching Quality Milestones

State hospital associations in Connecticut and Wisconsin are passionate drivers of positive change for their members.

READ MORE >

AHA-McKesson Quest for Quality Prize
Putting Patient Safety First

Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center’s Safety First initiative builds on lessons from other high-risk industries.

READ MORE >

AHA NOVA Award
Improving Community Health

Five winning programs look at the economic and social issues that are barriers to good health and care in their communities.

READ MORE >

H&HN Daily
  • Matthew Weinstock

    5 Strategies for Approaching Population Health

    Everyone is using the phrase “population health” these days. But what does it really mean? In these five interviews, we offer a glimpse at how some hospitals are developing a population health strategy and improving care in their communities and across the continuum.

    08.28.14 by
  • Cynthia Hedges Greising

    Ensuring High-Quality Care for All

    Massachusetts General Hospital, recipient of the AHA's inaugural Equity of Care Award, shares insights into providing high-quality care for diverse patient populations.

    08.28.14 by
  • :Paul-Barr

    Most Hospitals Still Green at Going Green

    Progress is occurring in conservation and waste reduction, but the green movement could be quicker in health care, especially considering the financial benefits.

    08.27.14 by
  • Richard-Gilfillan-M.D

    Dispersing the Population Health Dividend

    CHE Trinity Health President and CEO Richard Gilfillan, M.D., says that savings resulting from improved population health management should be reinvested back into the care delivery system.

    08.27.14 by

Popular Articles

Pat Stack, R.N.
Better Patient Flow

An independent health system creates a new care delivery model to improve hospital performance.

08.14.2014 by Pat Stack, R.N.
1706
Bill Santamour
Older Nurses Stick Around

More RNs opt to forego retirement, averting an expected shortage.

08.05.2014 by Bill Santamour
1667
Emily Friedman
Prescription Drug Costs and the Specter of Rationing

Many new pharmaceuticals cost nearly $100,000 a year. Insurers are complaining and patients are priced out of the market. Will this lead to another debate about rationing?

08.05.2014 by Emily Friedman
1551

Editor's Picks

Matthew Weinstock
5 Strategies for Approaching Population Health

Everyone is using the phrase “population health” these days. But what does it really mean? In these five interviews, we offer a glimpse at how some hospitals are developing a population health strategy and improving care in their communities and across the continuum.

08.28.14 by
836
David Weber
Bedside Manners

If compassion doesn't come naturally, try simple, patient-pleasing "etiquette-based medicine."

08.26.14 by
1149
John Glaser
The Risky Business of Information Security

With growing threats to patient privacy and increasing sanctions by regulators, make data security central to your business.

08.12.14 by
1371

Videos

Podcasts