As millennials start to become consumers of health care in a significant way, their online habits and social ways could be a catalyst for transforming health care.
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Mayo expands its industry-leading social media education program by partnering with a popular social media management company.
09.01.15 by Genevieve Diesing
Phoenix Children's Hospital shares lessons from creating a first-of-its-kind pediatric clinically integrated organization.
08.31.15 by Robert Meyer
Rural hospital leaders are wrestling with the question of how they can stay independent in the face of so much change taking place in the field. In this video, Jeanine Gentry from St. Charles Health System in Prineville, Ore., details how affiliations have helped to enhance care in her community.
08.31.15 by Matthew Weinstock Assistant Managing Editor
The electronic health record is evolving to become the electronic health plan. The result is better outcomes for patients.
08.11.2015 by John Glaser
Physician-assisted suicide, access to unapproved drugs and refusal to inoculate children — patients are seeking ever-more controversial rights. How should providers respond?
08.04.2015 by Emily Friedman
Clinical documentation is critical, but physicians are often reluctant. Several strategies will help to convince them to embrace a clinical documentation initiative.
08.13.2015 by Todd J. Kislak
North Shore-LIJ begins posting online reviews of medical group docs to help spur them to improve the patient experience.
08.31.15 by Marty Stempniak
In 1918, Spanish flu kills more than half a million Americans and millions more around the world.
08.27.15 by Bill Santamour H&HN Editor
A personalized care plan for each patient, with buy-in from all providers, will improve recovery, reduce readmissions and bring down the costs of health care.