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The Interview: Eileen Barsi
Pinpointing Health Needs ZIP by ZIP

Dignity Health measures disparities by ZIP code and, with other data, identifies unmet issues that impact health.

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Population Health
Embracing Risk

As entrepreneurs eye the potential rewards of population health risk-contracting, it’s critical for hospitals to recapture their share.

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The Boomer Challenge
As Retirements Surge, New Staffing Models Emerge

Baby boom executives, clinicians and others aren’t leaving health care as quickly as expected, but eventually, they will.

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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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H&HN Daily
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    Ebola Watch

    Here is a daily compilation of the most up-to-date Ebola developments across the globe, as well as resource information for how your hospital can be best prepared.

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    Time for Big Anthropology

    Numbers don't tell us everything we need to know. We must also consider human culture.

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    Consumer-friendly? Health Care Has a Way to Go

    Two patients’ experiences show that providers need to polish their acts or risk losing out in this new, competitive era.

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    Early Warnings Can Prevent Patient Harm

    After installing an early-warning detection system, St. Joseph Mercy Oakland in Pontiac, Mich., reduced mortality by 34.5 percent, the code blue rate by 50 percent and average length of stay by 5.3 percent. The program is noted in this video, part of our Most Wired Innovator series.

    10.20.14 by

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Improving the Patient Experience with a Low-Cost Solution

Imagine the ROI of a low-cost, high-impact technology if it enhances the patient experience. That is what’s happening at Citizens Memorial Hospital, where electronic whiteboards are helping to better engage patients, family members and clinical staff.

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Target, Home Depot, CHS. Will your organization be next on a cyber thief’s hit list? Hospital leaders must be vigilant in establishing strong cybersecurity protocols.

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Fiscal Fitness: How We Can Keep Pace With Health Reform

Hospitals and health systems must examine their core care delivery strategies to focus on population health management and value-based care. Plus, organizations need to be attuned to potential changes in capital planning and financing that reflect health care's new business models.

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