Feb 1, 2023
Hospitals and health systems continue to face serious economic challenges relating to escalating expenses and staffing shortages. One health system met the challenge head on. Mary Marran of Care New England explains how they kept their focus on short-term economic recovery plans, while addressing…
Jan 30, 2023
On this Leadership Dialogue Series podcast, two chairs of the American Hospital Association’s Board of Trustees come together to share their insights on the state of health care in our country, and what hospitals and health systems can look forward to in 2023.
Jan 25, 2023
For years, hospitals and health systems have shared the goal of developing an interoperable health care information system that shares data across providers.
Jan 18, 2023
Since the onset of the COVID 19 pandemic in March 2020, our nation’s hospitals have paid a significant financial toll … and psychiatric hospitals are no exception.
Jan 13, 2023
In part 4 of this podcast series, Nancy Myers, vice president of leadership system innovation at the American Hospital Association, is joined by clinical services director Lynette Harvey of the Camarillo Health Care District and high risk program manager Maureen Hodge of Community Memorial Health…
Jan 11, 2023
Family caregivers are not just for pediatric and geriatric patients anymore. Family members are caring for patients of all ages and with a wide range of health care needs – from primary care to tertiary advanced care.
Jan 6, 2023
Today’s podcast is brought to you by Quest Diagnostics. Value-based health care is truly a game changer — a model that pays care providers based on patient outcomes, not on the amount of services delivered. It is the wave of the future, the direction that nearly all hospitals and health systems are…
Jan 4, 2023
Burnout is not new, but the COVID-19 pandemic has helped fuel this workplace phenomenon.
Dec 30, 2022
As we wind up 2022 we wanted to re-release two of our most popular episodes from the last year.