The event, now in its 30th year, will brief more than 700 attendees on the federal health care agendaRead More
The generation we love to hate might not be as entitled as it seems, millennial Genevieve Diesing writes
November 22, 2016
For hospitals and health systems to increase their participation in these programs, they must develop relationships with payers and the government, says Stephen Rosenthal, senior manager of population health at Montefiore Health System.
November 4, 2016
Health care leaders talk about tapping creativity at <em>H&HN</em> Executive Forum.
October 27, 2016
Video: What to Expect at the H&HN Executive Forum — Strategies for Improving Quality, Innovation and Managing Risk
News Editor and Executive Forum host Paul Barr previews this week's event.
October 25, 2016
Hospital will buy power generated by solar plant at reduced rates.
October 24, 2016
Plus, Ohio-area medical center starts program to address social needs, and how a woman with neurological development issues experienced color, in this week's health care news.Read More
Plus, HHS commits $53M to fight opioid epidemic, and the debate over what's worn in the surgical department in this week's roundup of health care news.Read More
In the second part of a preview of the <em>H&HN</em> Executive Forum, Oct. 25-26, in Chicago, John Jay Shannon, M.D., CEO, Cook County Health and Hospitals System, discusses how his health system is modifying its approach to consumerism with more insured patients.
August 23, 2016
Two health systems share how bringing together front-line staff, hardwiring communications and reinforcing goals helped them with patient progression at hospital capacity.
July 19, 2016
Advancing population health means incorporating a framework that targets vulnerable populations, says Duke University Hospital Community Health Chief Michelle Lyn.
July 19, 2016
Plus, Angus, the superbug sniffing dog; veteran suicide rates need to be addressedRead More