Compilation of images from the top five stories of 2019.

The best of 2019

by Stephanie Pavol

Flu is more than a season

by Laura Mueller

Home is where...the healthcare is?

by Stephanie Pavol and Kristen Fischer

Is your healthcare organization ready for these new staff safety standards?

by Stephanie Pavol

USP <800>, addressing the safe handling of hazardous drugs, becomes official Dec. 1.

How to improve patient care and hospital efficiency

by Stephanie Pavol

Exclusive perspectives on three healthcare industry trends for health system leaders.

The benefits of automating health system supply chain processes

by Lisa Zierten

How automating the supply chain can alleviate staff frustration and help health systems prepare for the future.

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Medical professional in the OR with surgical instruments.

How to bridge clinical and operational excellence

by Michael D. Brown and Robert Rajalingam

Experts share insights on how effective supply chain management can yield better clinical outcomes and more efficient hospital operations.

Delivery man with a package and clipboard.

Solutions for three common pharmacy logistics challenges

by Stephanie Pavol

Experts share insights on overcoming the biggest logistical challenges for pharmacies across settings.

Is our healthcare system ready for our aging society?

by Laura Mueller

Americans are living longer, but not necessarily healthier, lives—and our current health system may not be equipped to handle it. Here’s what experts say we can do.

Hospital patient with oxygen.

Five key insights for hospital leaders to help reduce blood clots and save lives

by William Nadeau

Venous thromboembolism, also known as blood clots, is an area of growing concern in the healthcare community. Here’s what hospital leaders need to know.

3 ways to improve U.S. immunization programs

by Laura Mueller

Vaccines are one of the most important and cost-effective tools we have when it comes to controlling and preventing the spread of disease. Yet immunization rates have dropped in the U.S., leading to outbreaks of preventable illnesses. Here’s how we can improve U.S. immunization programs.

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