What do operating margins and net patient revenue look like post-merger, and has the cost of providing care decreased due to greater scale? Has merger activity been beneficial to quality outcomes?
This issue includes targeted solutions, an intelligence report, and the cover story 'Your Nurses Can Fix the Hospital.'
After years of investment in infrastructure, healthcare IT, and care delivery enhancements, are providers actually seeing a return on this investment?
The January/February edition reflects a renewed commitment to cut through the clutter and deliver the information and analysis that healthcare leaders need.
Healthcare execs read our leadership stories to keep up with the latest news and trends. Can you guess which story was most popular?
In addition to our dedicated reporting and original analysis, we aggregate the biggest healthcare stories from across the internet, which can lead to unusual results. Check out our list of the most intriguing Around the Web items from 2017.
Take a look back at HealthLeaders Media's most popular coverage of 2017.
Population health adoption is proceeding steadily, with providers exploring risk-based models and receiving increasing risk-based net patient revenue.
Healthcare executives should challenge assumptions about how to operate current and new service lines by conducting detailed financial analysis.
The EHRs have limited capability to record information on patients' cancer history, and clinicians are not provided with actionable recommendations for follow-up care.