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Oct 7, 2022
The clinical workforce shortage is one of the most pressing problems in health care. Bold actions now are necessary to mitigate the challenge, and boards have a critical role to play in overseeing change. By giving clinicians the support they need to work with purpose and passion, health systems can build clinical capacity for today — and tomorrow.
Feb 14, 2019
For the past few years, “prices” in health care have generated some eye-popping headlines in the press — most notably drug prices. It is not news to anyone in health care that the prices providers pay for drugs and for health care technology seem to rise every year. Further, providers face the daunting task of needing to buy ever-increasing amounts of technology just to keep pace with clinical innovation.
Feb 14, 2019
Boards need to understand artificial intelligence to evaluate its evolving benefits and risks.
Apr 13, 2015
Snapshot Trustee's partnership with ECRI Institute continues with this overview of three breakthroughs in clinical technology that have the potential to improve, lengthen and save lives.
Oct 12, 2015
Hospitals are making greater use of new technologies to improve emergency department throughput.
Dec 6, 2021
Facilitating digital transformation demands that boards appreciate its urgency, move past the hype and fulfill strategy at their hospital and health system via digital transformation-related needs assessment, plan execution and evaluation of results and outcomes.
Jan 21, 2021
Engaging and retaining nursing staff can help drive organizational performance, including improving patient safety, satisfaction and outcomes.
Apr 22, 2021
Hospital governing boards can take steps to ensure the digital boardroom is productive and enjoyable.
Aug 25, 2020
In a time when strong leadership is paramount, health care boards must be intentional and creative to stay informed and engaged, while adopting virtual meeting platforms and adapting practices to maintain effective governance.
Mar 7, 2017
By Lee Ann Jarousse, Senior Editor, H&HN