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Forum recap: Resiliency in healthcare – and looking ahead to 2020

Panel discusses how healthcare providers can be resilient despite increasing changes and challenges.

 

New York’s hospitals are innovating, reducing waste and improving patient care

Hospitals and healthcare systems are building efficiency and effectiveness through Lean process improvement, change management and innovation.

 

What if antibiotics don’t work?

Clinicians increasingly face this terrifying question.

 

Proliferation of hospital report cards confuses patients and takes precious time away from patient care

Consumers want to make informed decisions about their healthcare. They deserve information that is meaningful, accurate, reliable and relevant to their unique healthcare circumstances. It should be based on a standard set of measures that have been proven to be valid, reliable, evidence-based and a true reflection of healthcare quality.

 

Complex case discharge delays must be addressed

Our patients deserve better long-term solutions.

 

2020 census: An accurately-counted New York is a healthier New York

Undercounting during the 2020 census would have consequences for New York’s communities.

 

Technology in healthcare: Compete or collaborate?

Providers face the unusual task of identifying tech partners who aren’t aiming to replace them.

 

Site-neutral cuts: Bad for providers, bad for patients

Ill-advised Medicare reimbursement cuts are being implemented.

 

Doctor CVS is in the house: How CVS’ latest moves are changing healthcare delivery

Here’s what you should know about CVS’ evolving role in an ever-changing healthcare delivery system.

 

New York is diligently responding to Candida auris

New York’s healthcare experts are working hard to address this emerging and deadly fungal pathogen.

 

Proposed federal interoperability rules would weaken patient data protection

Patients shouldn’t have to worry about the security and handling of their personal health information.