These infographics present the four major themes defining the future of health care strategy and offer a road map for professional development.
Three health systems are using new strategies to improve patient access to mental health care and reduce emergency department use.READ MORE >
Edward Hatcher voices the needs and concerns of small, rural hospitals.READ MORE >
Tomorrow's hospitals and systems won't thrive unless boards rethink their executive leadership needs.READ MORE >
Reducing readmissions is a complex undertaking because not all readmissions can or should be prevented.
05.11.15 by Akin Demehin, Michael Ward
Assessing whether incentive plans are on track with a health system's goals and the changing marketplace is becoming a necessary challenge.
04.13.15 by Kathy Hastings, Maureen Cotter, Mary K. Totten
From 2006 to 2013, outpatient visits at rural hospitals increased by 17%
04.13.15 by Trustee Staff
An American Hospital Association/Health Research & Educational Trust Hospital Engagement Network report on efforts to improve care in 11 core patient safety areas estimates prevention of 92,792 patient harms.
Interactive feature: Move cursor over patient safety areas to see estimated harms prevented.
A Utah health care system lowers heart attack patients' treatment time to an average of 55 minutes — well below the 90-minute standard.
07.23.15 by Donald Lappé M.D.
When even the nature of change is changing, you need a flexible process and a paradoxical mind.
07.14.15 by Joe Flower
The incoming generation's preference for quick decisions and attachment to social media can be a good thing for health care management.
07.21.15 by Jeff Goldsmith
To reduce readmissions, hospitals connect high-risk populations with creative, life-changing services.
07.13.2015 by John Morrissey
New strategies are helping to improve access for patients and take pressure off emergency departments.
07.13.2015 by Geri Aston
To avoid common succession planning pitfalls, experts advise boards to begin with four steps.
07.13.2015 by Lillian J., Jeffrey Zegas
Most hospitals report being paid through fee for service, but expect to launch bundled payment and direct contracts with employers in the next two years.
07.13.15 by Trustee StaffVIEW MORE DASHBOARD ARTICLES >
A Florida health system reduces ED overuse by providing shelter to homeless patients and forming supportive relationships with others.