Carrie Nelson


Virtual care could be the great equalizer: Three case examples | Carrie Nelson

There are practical ways to apply digital care solutions to improve health for all.

Sudip Bose, MD


From the Battlefield to the Pandemic: Leadership in Crisis Situations

Leadership that passes the stress test successfully deals with what is commonly known as the pain-in-the-ass factor.

Ruth Phillips


How continuous temperature monitoring can lead to early sepsis detection, and help nurses | Ruth Phillips

The benefits stretch beyond sepsis management, but its use in this setting could make a meaningful difference for patients and healthcare providers.

John Powers


Medical Center Sees Lower Costs, Less Paper, and Easier Installation With E-Signature Pad Rollout

Not only are IT, clinical staff and patients happy with the new devices, but the hoped-for cost savings have been realized.

Jon Moore


Managing the benefits and risks of AI in healthcare | Jon Moore

The popularity of ChatGPT has triggered a surge of interest in artificial intelligence. But AI's promise also comes with some potential problems.

Joe Nicholson


Rethinking care for the most frail patients | Joe Nicholson

With a closed loop approach, providers can help ensure vulnerable populations receive the right care at the right time in the most cost-effective manner.

Jay Eisenstock


The Opaqueness of Price Transparency

Our existing medical culture neither endorses nor supports price shopping.

Ashok Roy


How low health literacy impairs patient outcomes | Ashok Roy

Only 12% of American adults are proficient in health literacy. Providers need to find ways to communicate with patients in ways they can understand.

Mark Spinner


Healthcare payments and consumer finances: Where do we go from here? | Viewpoint

AccessOne’s 2023 consumer survey paints a vivid picture of the average American’s financial struggles and what healthcare organizations can do to help them.

Rebecca Falk


Prepayment itemized bill audits: What’s the catch? | Viewpoint

These audits hurt hospitals’ revenue cycles by increasing administrative costs and ultimately reducing reimbursement.

Colin Carr


5 Things to Consider Before Negotiating a Healthcare Real Estate Deal

Purchasing the real estate you already occupy, or even a new space or building, could be a great opportunity to impact your future finances and significantly build your net worth.

Sheila Whatley


How Healthcare Companies Can Benefit From Creating a Patient-First Experience With Remote Patient Monitoring

To date, the focus of RPM has been on the technology itself and its increasing ease of use. The conversation now needs to shift to creating a patient-centric healthcare experience enabled by RPM technology.

Sonu Shankar


Cyber hygiene for medical devices: What the FDA's new guidelines mean for providers | Viewpoint

There are several areas where providers will need to remain vigilant in order to protect their patients and maintain operational integrity.

TJ Redington


How to prepare for risk-based contracts | Viewpoint

With value-based care gaining popularity, hospitals must be ready for the growing certainty of risk-based contracts.

Miranda Rochol


Reduce spending in 2024 with healthy discharge plans after ER visits | Viewpoint

Health system administrators may find that 2024 is the year they can drive down overall spending through looking at the ER discharge process, “meds to beds,” and the role of the outpatient pharmacy.

Tiffany Avery


Addressing healthcare inequities through advanced treatment validation solutions | Tiffany Avery

Health systems must implement proven tech solutions that aggregate evidence-based data and protocols to determine treatment plans that provide the best outcomes for all patients.

Cristina Indiveri


Sustainable procurement: Improving environmental health through the supply chain | Cristina Indiveri

As Earth Day approaches, health systems should reduce the impact of their goods and services. The hospital supply chain is filled with opportunities for improvement.

Deirdre Ruttle


Provider Trends in Healthcare Payments: Missing the Connection with Consumers

Consumer sentiments show the demand for contactless experiences that are also digital and convenient has been on the rise for years, and 2020 might be the year where the importance of this rising demand was fully realized.

Stephanie Wilding, MPA


Opportunities for Telemedicine to Meet Socioeconomic Demands

Telehealth has been a lifeline for long-term patients throughout the pandemic — but what about those without reliable access to high-speed internet?

Kathy Gersch


Investing in continuous learning for healthcare professionals is non-negotiable | Viewpoint

Healthcare organizations must adopt a pragmatic and intentional approach that integrates training into routinely scheduled programs.

K. Scott Griffith


We need a new scientific standard for high reliability | Viewpoint

The standard must highlight evidenced-based practice, such as proven treatments to manage diseases.

Stephan Herron, CEO and President, Scriptel Corporation


How One Chicago-Area Health System Eliminated Paper Signatures

Electronic signature pads save money and reduce paper waste at health systems.

Paul Sarnese


Hospital leaders must protect themselves from threats of all kinds | Viewpoint

Healthcare executives are highly visible. Leaders must recognize the risk and take steps to ensure their safety and protect the organization.

Rose McNulty


When Given Equal Care, Minorities and Disadvantaged Fared the Same as Others During COVID-19

The researchers also sought to learn whether any particular patient group had worse outcomes from COVID-19 than other vulnerable populations.

Sean Burke


Stakeholders must collaborate to strengthen the nursing pipeline | Sean Burke

The healthcare industry needs creative solutions that focus on attracting more students into nursing.

Manpreet Singh Dhalla


Solving the blindspots in transitional care | Manpreet Singh Dhalla

CMS is moving to a value-based reimbursement program for home health agencies. This change represents a generational opportunity for agencies to implement new models of in-home care.

Chris Peronto


Creative collaborations are key for mid-sized payers | Viewpoint

To remain independent and relevant, mid-sized insurers must seek meaningful alliances with like-minded organizations.

Eric Elliott


Behavioral health: What we learned in 2023, and how we navigate the future | Viewpoint

Balancing increasing demand, workforce challenges and new technology with a new model of whole person care.

Andrea Kelly


Winning over women by addressing healthcare gaps through better innovations | Andrea Kelly

There’s a lot of mythology and ignorance around what women want in the healthcare marketplace. Finding the truth means looking deeper, and more critically, into unmet needs.

David Hunt


Bridging the Gap: Moving Large Healthcare Systems into the Home

Moving healthcare home is just part of the growing personalization of healthcare that has been made possible by advancements in technologies that seamlessly connect a patient to their care team.

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