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January 2009
Flat-World Healthcare
  • The Path to Unification
  • Governance in a Hurry
  • Human Limitations
February 2009
Back to Basics
  • HealthLeaders Media Industry Survey 2009
  • Essential and Expensive
  • Reinventing the CNO
March 2009
SOS: Public Hospitals
  • Not-So-Big Business . . . Yet
  • Collaborate, Don't Crush
  • Many Projects, Little Money
April 2009
Jump . . . Or Get Pushed
  • Redefining Cardio
  • Broadening the Base
  • The Bumpy Road to Change
May 2009
Cash for Computers
  • Simpler Surgeries, Complex Market
  • Covenant Crisis
  • Improvement on a Dime
June 2009
Bundling By Decree
  • Faster, Safer Joint Replacements
  • Employment = Better Collaboration
  • The Meaning of Meaningful Use
July 2009
Time For 'Dr. Next'?
  • Reform and the Bottom Line
  • Employees as Cost-Cutters
  • Where's the Value?
August 2009
Hang On
  • Spotting the Turnaround
  • Focus May Be the Future
  • PHRs: Worth the Effort
September 2009
The Patient of the Future
  • The Art of Balancing Risk
  • Real-World Bundling
  • How Many Slices Do You Really Need?
October 2009
Care Team Architecture
  • Preparing for Comparative Effectiveness Research
  • Shedding (Not Shifting) Costs
  • Unlock Value
November 2009
Carving Out a New Model
  • The Dollars Aren't Coming
  • Great Leaders Bred, Not Born
  • PACS: The Next Generation
December 2009
20 People Who Make Healthcare Better
  • Running the OR Like a Business
  • Who Really Rules?
  • Avoid the Vendor Upsell