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The Interview: Lynette Scherer, M.D.
Expanding a Surgical Success Story

The author of a five-year study details how an acute care surgery model can be deployed in non-trauma settings.

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Clinical Management: Anesthesiology
Improving Quality and Showing Value

Anesthesiologists are adjusting to new payment models, especially as more surgeries move beyond the hospital OR.

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Hospital Engagement Network
Lessons From the Frontlines

As one Hospital Engagement Network program winds down, its many successes can continue to shape the field.

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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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