The author of a five-year study details how an acute care surgery model can be deployed in non-trauma settings.READ MORE >
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He has been American Hospital Association CEO and president since 2007. "Together we have accomplished a great deal," he tells association members.
11.21.14 by The American Hospital Association
The most extreme snowstorm ever to hit Buffalo, N.Y., has created 8 feet of snow and crippled much of the city’s infrastructure. While the town’s football team missed practice because of the weather, its hospitals are plugging along.
11.21.14 by Genevieve Diesing H&HN Media Specialist
Hospitals team up with the CDC to spotlight the proper use of antibiotics and to avert a health care crisis.
11.20.14 by Bill Santamour H&HN Managing Editor
Rural hospitals are working hard to address the unique needs of their patients and communities.
11.20.14 by John Supplitt
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 prepared.
11.07.2014 by Genevieve Diesing
Remote monitoring tools can overcome obstacles.
11.11.2014 by John Morrissey
There was a time not too long ago when even the venerable Cleveland Clinic suffered low patient satisfaction scores. The departing chief experience officer says that getting the entire staff to be more patient-centric has been a huge transformation.
10.27.2014 by Marty Stempniak
Unlike many institutions of its kind, The Ohio Health Care Center helps adults with autism.
11.11.14 by Laura Putre
Anesthesiology is changing to improve quality, lower costs in hospitals and outpatient settings
11.11.14 by Geri Aston
Hospital executives and boards are struggling to answer the “What do we do?” question. Eight new rules seem to be emerging that should propel organizations toward a set of objective answers.