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The Health Care Consumer
Six things consumers will know about you

As Americans become adept at shopping for health care, they are demanding — and finding — certain facts about providers.

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The New Health Care CEO
Building the next generation of leaders

This article spells out the skills and personality traits executives will need to ensure that their organizations thrive in a dramatically changing health care environment.

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Preventing Falls
How one hospital is cutting patient falls

The University of Mississippi Medical Center dramatically cut patient falls with a coordinated strategy that others could replicated.

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Mapping Your Business Strategy
The future role of the health care strategist

This special section offers tools to navigate the evolving landscape.

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Secondhand Smoke: Good News and Bad

According to a 2015 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, exposure to secondhand smoke causes 41,000 deaths a year from lung cancer and heart disease and 400 deaths a year from sudden infant death syndrome.

 


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