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Articles from H&HN Hospitals & Health Networks (November 1, 2010)

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A near-record for mass layoffs. 106
Answering the key questions: research and information can help the field take on challenges and meet opportunities. Stubblefield, Al 507
Are you listening? Grayson, Mary Editorial 500
Are you ready for physician co-management? Big savings. Better outcomes. Happier surgeons: orthopedics programs pioneer new for hospitals and doctors to work together. Aston, Geri 1846
Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute. 102
Automating payer transactions boosts hospital revenues. 170
Bundled payment: one hospital's experiment. Aston, Geri Interview 537
Calendar. Calendar 283
Delivering hope--and babies--in a war-torn land: midwife brings skills honed on a Navajo Reservation to Afghanistan. Putre, Laura 762
Docs as managers: how they--and you--can make it work. Santamour, Bill Interview 971
Geisinger Health System. 118
Getting to the next level, together. Weinstock, Matthew Cover story 2379
Hospital performance moves from good to great: award-winning environmental services department helps cut infection rates. Kehoe, Bob 405
Infection prevention gets automated: with pressure mounting to reduce HAI rates, surveillance goes high tech, freeing up clinicians to focus on prevention. Frellick, Marcia 1060
IOM study: let highly trained nurses do more. 197
Is that EHR certified? Questions arise with first batch of products: government, certification entities face the challenge of issuing timely results. Versel, Neil 464
Leadership in the era of reform. Jarousse, Lee Ann 1801
Matching the right patient to the right record: biometrics on the rise as medical record security gets more attention. Kreimer, Susan 665
Moving lean beyond the emergency department. Towne, Jennifer 583
Quotables. 135
RAC's medical necessity reviews pick up steam: hospitals are encouraged to develop a comprehensive strategy. Wetzel, Tracy Granzyk 486
Staff shortages could hurt hospitals' changes for EHR lands. 107
The downside to minimally invasive surgery? Doctor injuries: poor ergonomics could add to physical stress and put physicians at risk. Kreimer, Susan 610
The unshowy charms of back-office IT: cutting-edge billing and process systems may not be glamorous, but their assets are undeniable. Page, Douglas 706
What dooms doc employment. Babcock, Ronald J. Letter to the editor 287
What? We're in a forest? Weinstock, Matthew 503
Workforce commission takes shape. Brief article 104

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