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Hospitals & Providers Strategy

End-of-life care planning advancements: What health execs should know
End-of-life care planning advancements: What health execs should knowMore awareness and new state laws regarding end-of-life treatment are affecting treatment approaches. Here’s what you need to know.
Five changes healthcare executives can expect in 2018The winds of change swept through healthcare in 2017. Here’s what 2018 could bring.
Two ways to improve health by addressing whole person careBy recognizing and address the needs of the “whole person,” we have an opportunity to improve the health of people across the U.S. Here are two ways to do that.
Four risks healthcare executives should monitor in 2018With the right preventions in place, hospitals and healthcare executives will be well positioned to respond to these four risks in 2018.
Three ways to make healthcare consumers happierA new survey has eye-opening findings about the status quo one-size-fits-all health plan.
New high blood pressure guideline healthcare cost impactFifty percent of Americans have high blood pressure, per new guidelines. Here’s how those guidelines could affect medication utilization and healthcare spending.
Five key elements of successful local initiatives to combat the opioid crisisSuccessful community initiatives are creating systems of care that bridge multiple programs to provide coordinated services to individuals with substance use disorders. Here are five.
Managed Care State of the Industry Survey 2017As 2017 comes to a close, how do healthcare leaders feel about the state of the industry? Here’s your chance to find out.
Link between nutrition and COPD: What health execs should knowSimple strategies can improve the nutritional well-being of COPD patients and help them maintain their weight.
Unique clinic-pharmacy collaboration benefits hepatitis C patientsA Walgreens study sheds light on the benefits of patient-centered pharmacy-based programs.