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Complete Archive:

  1. Catholic Healthcare West Drops Church Affiliation
  2. A Snapshot: Is Free Care in Minnesota What It Appears?
  3. ACO Proves Major Political Turning Point For Boston Hospital Chain
  4. Hospital Uses Disney Magic To Improve Patient Satisfaction
  5. Small-Hospital Mergers A Signal That Crisis Is Upon Us
  6. To Avoid Readmissions, Hospitals Trying Post-Discharge Clinics
  7. Why Not Sell Those Medical Office Buildings?
  8. Idea That Might Work: “Hospital at Home” Model Delivers Hospital-Level Care
  9. Hospital Strategic Partnerships Avoid Mergers, But Create Other Pain Points
  10. Hospitals play unfair games with Medicare observation status
  11. Hospital M&A Getting Tough (But Misguided) Scrutiny From Lawmakers
  12. Washington Hospitals Sue Over Cruel and Unusual Medicaid ED Visit Limits
  13. $1M+ pay for non-profit CEOs still an embarassment
  14. Hybrid Suites Bring Cutting-Edge Cardiac Care to Smaller ORs
  15. Adding mini-hospital resolves clash between religious, secular facilities
  16. FTC: This Merger Looks So Good, It Has To Be Illegal
  17. Another safety-net hospital on life support: Miami’s Jackson Memorial on its last legs?
  18. Illinois hospitals shocked, I tell you, shocked at losing non-profit status
  19. Hospital EMR actually works
  20. Takes from Twitter: Intriguing hospital tidbits
  21. Hospital merger mania on the rise across the U.S.
  22. There’s no good excuse for stifling physician-owned hospitals
  23. Big hospital chains have outlived their usefulness
  24. Hospital execs largely clueless about patient experience
  25. Tenet/Community Health battle brings host of troubles
  26. Google takes over hospital industry, CMS in private leveraged buyout
  27. Welcome to the next Hospital!!
  28. The great sucking sound: For-profit buyouts a drain on communities
  29. Bigger, better, faster hospitals are a great idea
  30. Would you feel safe in this ugly lobby?
  31. So many blank spots on the clinical data map!
  32. Meaningful Use: What is it good for? A lot of smoke and mirrors
  33. Did hospital "kidnap" patient who wanted to leave?
  34. Hospitals: Can you afford to ban big drug company payouts?
  35. NYC's shame: Psychiatric nightmare continues
  36. Data from the Kaiser rollout – better than expected?
  37. Possible Kaiser data, tomorrow, straight from the whistleblower's mouth
  38. Tweet roundup: Data loss at Thomas Jefferson, med records found in dump
  39. Oops, he did it again; Rick Scott's history repeats itself
  40. Kaiser, the whistleblower and the $3 billion EMR
  41. Come on, hospitals! Put the social media pieces together!
  42. If hospitals aren't adding patients, they're screwed
  43. Video: The future, pharma-style
  44. Proposition 8: A warning to hospitals
  45. What if our national credit rating was tied to our health?
  46. Let’s turn patients into evangelists; join our beta and find out how
  47. Opportunities ignored, or, why Target should run hospitals
  48. Health plan doctor ratings: Will they ever be fair?
  49. Patients don't care enough to write online hospital reviews
  50. Generating serious ROI from your content — it's no pipedream!
  51. Video/satire: The real health plan business model
  52. Can Priceline-style tactics transform medical practice?
  53. Video: Accountable care organizations, the Steve Jobs way
  54. Passing the buck, or, why PCPs *are* the problem
  55. Doctor-patient speed dating: a good idea
  56. The next generation of healthcare social content
  57. Why don't doctors care what you say?
  58. Losing patients before they arrive
  59. Most hospital tweets are useless and stupid
  60. Videos: How NOT to run a hospital
  61. Time to demand charity program disclosures
  62. Smart takes: Hospital social media tips and tactics
  63. Broadcasting ED wait times: Smart or risky?
  64. Video: The 125-year history of an NYC hospital
  65. Doctors rebelling against EMRs
  66. Healthcare M&A rapidly going global
  67. Video: How public reactions rip hospital buyouts apart
  68. Investors prowl for hospital buy-out deals
  69. CIO: Let's kill the EHR certification process
  70. Going global: The University of Pittsburgh's world-class international network
  71. News nuggets: Provocative news briefs from around the Web
  72. Hospital employees hate their jobs
  73. Video: Violence at an NYC hospital
  74. Joint Commission warns about rising hospital violence
  75. Do EHRs kill people? Maybe so.
  76. Union organizing at Beth Israel Deaconess a sign of times to come
  77. Pfizer CEO slams hospital care, denies role in keeping it mediocre
  78. Callous or careless?: Hospital said fetus was dead, but it wasn't
  79. If you want security, don't aim a gun at your staff
  80. Charity care scofflaws face lawsuits, rage
  81. Epic fail: Hospitals aren't publicizing charity programs
  82. An open letter to Mass General: Don't screw with mom
  83. Can hospitals be saved? Some fresh ideas
  84. Theory #5: Time to line the CEOs up against the wall!
  85. Theory #4: nextHospitals are politically engaged
  86. Theory #3: nextHospitals can make changes quickly
  87. Theory #2: nextHospitals must provide primary care–*on site*
  88. Theory #1: nextHospitals must serve anyone they can reach
  89. The nextHospital Manifesto: Hospital 2.0 from the ground up