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More than a building
Rethinking what it means to be a hospital

New payment models and other trends are forcing hospitals to become far more than providers of inpatient care. Here are how four organizations are embracing this new reality.

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Physician Retention
You got docs, now keep them

It can be an enormous challenge for rural hospitals to recruit physicians. Here are five strategies to make sure that those doctors stay once you've got them on board.

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The Interview: Sally Okun, R.N.
Giving patients a voice

The registered nurse and a leader of the social networking site PatientsLikeMe is passionate about bridging the disconnect that prevails between clinicians and their patients.

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The Boomer Challenge
It's a numbers game

Absorbing the baby boomer generation into Medicare sounds daunting, but health care's transformation offers reasons for hope.

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H&HN Daily
  • Bill Santamour

    A Volunteer for the Ages

    Three days a week at three different facilities, Joe Grier is a quiet force for patients.

    04.22.14 by Bill Santamour H&HN Managing Editor
  • David Weber

    Advertiser, Beware

    Not only do hospitals face ethical issues when they advertise, but the evidence is sketchy that mass advertisements are worth their cost.

    04.22.14 by David Ollier Weber
  • Marty Stempniak

    Task Force Looks to Get to the Bottom of Price Transparency Conundrum

    New report assigns roles to health plans and hospitals in trying to provide consumers with better information on the cost of care.

    04.21.14 by Marty Stempniak H&HN Staff Writer
  • Martin Makary, M.D.

    How Teamwork and Transparency Can Save Health Care

    Author and surgeon Martin Makary, M.D., says that better teamwork, more accountability and greater transparency are needed to save health care. The Johns Hopkins Medicine professor describes his vision in this video.

    04.21.14 by Martin Makary

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