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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.

The importance of trauma-informed patient care

by Laura Mueller

A deeper look at the trauma-informed care model and steps that healthcare systems and providers can take to incorporate it into their work.

How to prevent gaps in mental healthcare

by Kristen Fischer

Experts share what healthcare providers need to know to support the patient transition from inpatient to outpatient care.

Taking care of the whole mom

by Mary Sterenberg

Experts share three ways health systems can support maternal mental health.

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Reducing acute care through AI

by Amy Valley

How artificial intelligence can support best practices for reducing acute care utilization with oncology patients.

Improving home hospice

by Rita Colorito

Four experts discuss home hospice and palliative care.

Reducing chronic illness

by Laura Mueller

Two experts explore how health systems can help combat the chronic disease epidemic.

Quality is in the eye of the beholder

by Laura Mueller

In recognition of the recent Healthcare Quality Week, we examine how one health system is taking a patient-centered approach to healthcare quality.

Three ways the laboratory is a strategic asset for health systems

by Laura Mueller

A closer look at how the laboratory can optimize care—both at the patient and population level.

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