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Housing instability is a common problem for patients who seek care at community health centers.
Children's hospitals looking to build the scale needed to survive could try a "New Switzerland" model that emphasizes beneficial partnerships.
The term “fake news” is thrown around a lot in political discussions, but false or misleading health information is also a big problem.
Major health systems in northern Ohio are uniting to create a trauma care network in the region that better provides coordinated care.
Housing insecurity is a major social determinant impacting public health, and hospitals across the country are taking steps to target it, according to a new white paper.
After finishing up her post as CIO at University Hospitals in Cleveland, Sue Schade reflects on the keys to a successful leadership handoff.
Hospitals are often a significant economic driver in communities, and a new toolkit helps health facilities buy locally to invest back into areas they serve.
In a two-part interview with Forbes, senior healthcare executives revealed issues and changes facing their organizations and how they influence the evolution of the industry. Care coordination at discharge, price transparency and patient-centered care models are just a few of them.
In the wake of the Obama administration’s proposed rule to amend the exchange marketplaces, healthcare industry experts aren't sure whether the changes go far enough to fix the Affordable Care Act.
Several years out, the Affordable Care Act has dramatically reshaped healthcare delivery for several major Ohio providers, according to Cleveland.com.