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Health care leaders who pursue health equity strategically can improve the quality of care for diverse populations and help to eliminate health disparities.
04.17.14 by Edward L. Martinez, Frederick D. Hobby, Robert C. Like
The smartphone is reshaping our understanding and appreciation for using voice and breath to better understand the human condition.
04.17.14 by Eric Topol, M.D.
A report on health care utilization from the IMS Institute shows the industry continues to shift toward outpatient care.
04.16.14 by Paul Barr H&HN Senior Writer
University of Kansas Hospital has $22 million wrapped up in the RAC process. In this video, CEO Bob Page details how that impacts hospital operations.
04.16.14 by Bob Page
Every hospital has an Eddie Cruz — that high school graduate doing everyman's work. Unfortunately, very few hospital C-suites have an Eddie Cruz: a minority
04.08.14 by Matthew Weinstock Assistant Managing Editor
Michigan hospital leader's anti-obesity campaign sparks a community phenomenon
04.08.14 by Laura Putre
Strategic planning in most hospitals is shortsighted. Often, the process fails to address the toughest questions facing the organization. Given the challenges facing the field, strategic planning needs a makeover.
04.08.14 by Paul Keckley
Consumers are ready for a health care delivery system propelled by convenience, innovation and technology, according to a new PwC report. With billions of dollars at stake, traditional providers need to start paying attention.
04.10.14 by Matthew Weinstock Assistant Managing Editor
4 CEOs rethink their hospitals' place in the new, wide world of health care
04.08.14 by Lola Butcher
CEO turnover may have hit a tipping point. With fresh eyes coming into the field, it will be interesting to see what innovations follow.