Trustees and CEOs share success strategies for increasing diversity on their hospital boards.
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Edward Hatcher voices the needs and concerns of small, rural hospitals.READ MORE >
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These infographics present the four major themes defining the future of health care strategy and offer a road map for professional development.
07.13.15 by Lee Ann Jarousse
Here's a fresh look at this traditional revenue source.
01.12.15 by Mary K. Totten
For-profit hospitals convert assets to revenue faster than nonprofits.
05.11.15 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.
Verizon is an example of how a large organization, when confronted with a disruptive environment, can use its legacy strength to stay relevant.
07.28.15 by Kenneth Kaufman
Cognitive computing is helping physicians to analyze data to advance medical care quality, value and outcomes.
07.30.15 by David Ollier Weber
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
When beginning the strategic planning process, boards should consider eight major trends, including cost-effective delivery systems, price transparency, advance care planning and innovations in individualized medicine, when beginning the strategic planning process.
08.12.2015 by Christine Gallery
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.
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A Florida health system reduces ED overuse by providing shelter to homeless patients and forming supportive relationships with others.