Medical professional scanning inventory.

Hospital pharmacy at a crossroads

by Kelly Morrison

How can hospital pharmacies adapt to expand the pharmacy’s reach and fulfill the pharmacist’s role as a pivotal provider of patient-centric healthcare.

Matters of the heart

by Michael Myser

As February marks American Heart Month, experts discuss heart health disparities among women and minorities, and how these disparities can be addressed.

The best of 2019

by Stephanie Pavol

Flu is more than a season

by Laura Mueller

While it's difficult to predict the severity of any flu season before it occurs, there are concrete steps that health systems can take throughout the year to be better prepared.

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Home is where the healthcare is.

Home is where...the healthcare is?

by Stephanie Pavol and Kristen Fischer

An industry survey found that 44 percent of healthcare organizations want to invest more in home healthcare. Here’s a deeper look at how hospital care is going to and following the patient—and what this means for healthcare providers.

Sterile room.

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.

Nurse holding medical products.

How to improve patient care and hospital efficiency

by Stephanie Pavol

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

Medical professionals in the supply room.

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.

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.

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