Compilation of images from the top five stories of 2019.

The best of 2019

by Stephanie Pavol

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.

Three research advances that may improve Alzheimer’s care

by Summer Allen

Experts provide insights for healthcare providers in recognition of Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month.

Four ways healthcare providers can support men's health

by Kristen Fischer

View expert advice for healthcare providers in recognition of Men’s Health Month.

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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.

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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.

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Deloitte’s vision for the future of health

by Doug Beaudoin

Deloitte shares their take on what the integrated health system of 2040 could look like.

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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.

Reducing chronic illness

by Laura Mueller

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

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