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

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'The triple aim on steroids': hospital at home program helps health system provide higher quality care at a lower cost. Butcher, Lola 429
Advice from the field ... the supply chain is no longer just a cost center to be cut in hard economic times. Michael Leroy, senior vice president and CIO at Detroit Medical Center, explains how automation helps hospitals to improve operations and prepare for a delivery system built around outcomes. Leroy, Michael 233
Affordable care ruling awaits. Kehoe, Bob Interview 1208
Between hospital and home. Hull, Alan M. Letter to the editor 156
Calendar. Calendar 211
Equity of Care initiative releases first resource. Brief article 112
Focus on the c-suite: CMO influencer-in-chief: value-based purchasing broadens CMO role into operations and system building. Larkin, Howard 2634
Forging better CEO-trustee bonds: at public hospitals, boards pose unique challenges for top executives. Huff, Charlotte 469
Health reform and tight margins crimp new construction plans: renovations and satellite facilities gain traction as reimbursement policies shift core practices. Carpenter, Dave 603
Hospitals want more diversity in leadership, but haven't achieved it. Santamour, Bill 105
ICD-10 implementation deadlines: no time to relax. Leon-Chisen, Nelly 497
If vets can make house calls ... Letter to the editor 246
IPEC aims to align education, practice of six health professions. Santamour, Bill 103
Lessons from the Bad News Bears. Weinstock, Matthew 582
Managing construction costs. Jarousse, Lee Ann 966
No comment. Well, maybe a few. Grayson, Mary Editorial 552
No time to delay ... Leon-Chisen, Nelly 1082
Online: Brief article 169
Rooms with a view: trauma surgeon transforms a rooftop into a garden paradise and gives patients a healing environment. Putre, Laura 780
Supply chain needs improvement. Hoppszallern, Suzanna 403
Teams work! Butcher, Lola Cover story 2498
The changing role of nurses: increasingly, hospitals rely on RNs to fill the primary care gap and meet the many new health care imperatives. Howell, Whitney L.J. 3044
The dental dilemma. Letter to the editor 127
The quest or quality: excellence in the new era of care delivery. 6556
When a patient is in pain. Mayfield, Shirley Letter to the editor 138

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