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Articles from H&HN Hospitals & Health Networks (February 1, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
#disasterplan@hospital relies on social media. Grensing-Pophal, Lin 230
A Kodak moment, or a century. Grayson, Mary 522
Advice from the field ... Reed, Linda Brief article 294
Calendar. Calendar 227
Feb. Calendar 164
Give docs a reason to set up shop: your job isn't over after recruiting a physician; retention is just as important--and as hard. Huff, Charlotte Brief article 296
Good-bye to paper. Hoppszallern, Suzanna 327
Have a heart, obey the rules. Simpson, Tamra Letter to the editor 207
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Toms River. 136
iGovernance: hospitals are replacing the often haphazard approach of choosing IT projects with a much more formal and disciplined process. Morrissey, John Cover story 4045
IT and doctor phobias. Lambke, Michael Letter to the editor 137
Jack be nimble. Jill, too. Santamour, Bill 512
JoePa and lessons for health care. Katie Letter to the editor 159
Keeping score on quality matters: Karen Davis, who has led the commonwealth fund since 1995 in its efforts to improve performance of the nation's health care system, will step down at the end of 2012. She evaluates progress on national quality initiatives, implementation of the patient protection and affordable care act and remaining challenges to payment reform. Kehoe, Bob Interview 1081
Keeping workers alert and patients safe: Joint Commission calls attention to worker fatigue. Kreimer, Susan 505
Lawsuits are stressing docs: signs of depression and burnout emerge in surgeons who are sued. Kreimer, Susan 456
Lessons learned in medicare demos. Weinstock, Matthew 349
Managing workforce costs. Jarousse, Lee Ann 1393
Meaningful use: lessons from the front. Jarousse, Lee Ann 2466
Observation units: a tightrope act: only about a third of U.S. hospitals have them. But, they can aid throughput, cut readmissions and make patients happy. Just step carefully. Aston, Geri 2606
Ochsner Health System. 162
Poisoned on purpose. Brief article 111
Safety first: unique partnership with reds boosts worker safety. Kehoe, Bob 320
Targeting the triple aim. Frdpan Letter to the editor 136
Team-based health care delivery: lessons from the field. Combes, John R. 507
The evolution of palliative care: once viewed as a service only offered to terminally ill patients, an increasing number of hospitals now offer palliative care to patients from the moment they enter the ED or ICU. Bush, Haydn 2363
This bud's for you: once 'invisible,' hospital's landscapers now bring beauty and joy directly to patients. Putre, Laura 809

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