Live: Health Leadership Summit
Hospitals in Transformation

H&HN staff broadcast video interviews with hospital leaders and blog about their insights from the Health Forum–AHA Health Leadership Summit.


Managing Change
The Art of Blending Cultures

When hospitals merge, prevailing attitudes and ways of doing things may clash. Leaders must work to ensure the cultures are compatible or the whole endeavor may implode.


The Interview: Adrian Slywotzky
Who'll Survive the Value Revolution

Author and management consultant Adrian Slywotzky urges hospital leaders to keep a razor-sharp focus on the market and all the forces that will transform it over the next couple of years.


Clinical Management
Trends in Service Line Management

Whether it's the hospital lab, OR, ED or cancer care, service lines are undergoing tremendous change. H&HN's Clinical Management series takes a deep dive into the trends influencing these critical areas and explores best practices being utilized at innovative hospitals and health systems


H&HN Daily
  • Lorene F. Schaefer

    A Fair Hearing

    If employees feel that their organizations address their concerns, they are less likely to become whistle-blowers or to air their complaints on social media.

    07.24.14 by Lorene F. Schaefer
  • Matthew Weinstock

    Showing Value by Reducing Patient Harm

    Organizations invovled in the Hospital Engagement Network are answering the call to transform the delivery system and provide more value to payers and patients.

    07.24.14 by Matthew Weinstock H&HN Assistant Managing Editor
  • paul-barr

    Demands of Market Spurring Transformations at Hospitals

    The Leadership Summit highlights pressures for changes and some of the potential ways to make those changes happen.

    07.23.14 by Paul Barr
  • jim-hinton

    Hinton, Umbdenstock: Hospitals Sense the Urgency to Transform

    Regulators and purchasers are sending a clear message to hospitals: Become more reliable, cost less and broaden the lens to care for a broader population. AHA leaders Jim Hinton and Rich Umbdenstock discuss how the field is moving in that direction.

    07.23.14 by Jim Hinton, Rich Umbdenstock

Popular Articles

2014 Most Wired

This year's Most Wired hospitals are moving deeper into data analytics and population health management. It's a steep climb.

07.09.2014 by Matthew Weinstock, Suzanna Hoppszallern
Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals Innovates with Telehealth

Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals is using telehealth in new ways to better connect with patients and their families. President and CEO Stephen Klasko describes the strategy in this video.

06.30.2014 by Matthew Weinstock
Nancy Schlichting
Transforming a Health Care System

HRET President Maulik Joshi interviews Nancy Schlichting, CEO of Henry Ford Health System, who talks about transforming Henry Ford during its Baldrige journey, investing in Detroit, putting research into practice and "losing control" of the organization.

06.26.2014 by Maulik Joshi, Nancy Schlichting

Editor's Picks

Matthew Weinstock
Patient Engagement in a Mobile World

At Ochsner Health System, clinical transformation is more than a buzz phrase. The New Orleans-based provider is tapping into the power of mHealth to improve patient engagement.

07.17.14 by Matthew Weinstock H&HN Assistant Managing Editor
2014 Most Wired

This year's Most Wired hospitals are moving deeper into data analytics and population health management. It's a steep climb.

07.09.14 by Matthew Weinstock H&HN Assistant Managing Editor, Suzanna Hoppszallern
Paul Keckley
Time to Get Serious About Patient Satisfaction

A hospital serious about patient satisfaction can ill afford to be content if it scores well on standardized surveys like HCAHPS. Leaders must leverage the full range of patient satisfaction measurement tools to improve outcomes, avoid penalties and improve efficiency.

07.07.14 by Paul Keckley