Essential Insights

What your health system or organization needs to know about concierge care

by Jennifer Nelson

Signing up for a medical practice may seem akin to signing up for a health club, but retainer-based medicine is gaining momentum. Here’s what this trend means for hospitals and healthcare providers.

Latest activity from House and Senate hearings

by Deloitte Health Care Current

Be a catalyst for change

by Brent Stutz and Lisa Avedon

New research explores oncologists' views on precision medicine

by Will Seaton

Precision medicine has the potential to transform cancer care, but challenges need to be addressed. Here’s what more than 160 oncologists nationwide said about their aspirations and hesitations for these targeted therapies.

How CMS is promoting interoperability

by Chris Hayhurst

CMS’ “Meaningful Use” program has now become “Promoting Interoperability.” Here’s what you need to know about CMS' latest changes to its EHR incentive program.

Could new patient forms become a thing of the past?

by Will Seaton

What Apple’s latest electronic health record move means for both healthcare providers and patients.

How do we get more men to the doctor?

by Laura Mueller

With June designated as Men's Health Month, here's a deeper look at why more men may be hesitant to go to the doctor and how healthcare providers can help.

Are your physicians burned out?

by Laura Mueller

Our infographic examines the impact of physician burnout on patient care, outcomes and healthcare costs – and what can be done to help.

Is your hospital missing this key part of patient care?

by Laura Mueller

Americans are more racially and ethnically diverse than ever before, and the U.S. is projected to be even more diverse in the coming decades. Here’s what organizations need to know to provide more culturally competent patient care.

Four key take-aways on advancing women healthcare leaders

by Stephanie Pavol

While women make up 80 percent of healthcare workers, they make up only 40 percent of healthcare executives. A recent American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) of Greater Ohio event focused on how to encourage and make female leadership a strategic priority.

Do no harm

by Laura Mueller

With March 11-17 designated as Patient Safety Awareness Week, here are four keys to implementing and sustaining a culture of safety.

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