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The Ohio-based hospital tracks readers who end up as patients, but that's not what drives the editorial decisions of its powerhouse blog, Health Essentials.
10/2/2015 5:29:30 AM
The U.S. spends $8,700 per person for medical insurance, the world’s highest per-capita cost. So, how are providers managing with the Affordable Care Act?
9/30/2015 5:31:04 AM
The act of taking one’s life occurs, on average, once every 14 minutes. As part of its violence prevention efforts, the CDC is trying to stem that tragic tide.
9/29/2015 5:30:28 AM
There seems to be a mystery about patient engagement. Even the federal government is taking steps to better understand the enigma.
9/23/2015 5:30:29 AM
‘Dr. Google’ is expanding, patient reviews are trustworthy, and pharma’s got a following on Pinterest.
9/16/2015 5:30:28 AM
Find out how one hospital has turned a documentary about children born with kidney ailments into a series of touching short clips.
9/11/2015 5:30:29 AM
The health care industry is laden with paperwork, a source of frustration for those on both sides of the clipboard. Electronic signatures ease patient admissions and the coordination of care.
9/10/2015 5:30:49 AM
This is the perfect place for storytelling as you highlight various offerings and amenities. Are you taking advantage of this prime real estate on your website?
9/9/2015 5:30:14 AM
A former reporter sheds light on the nuances of doctor and patient interviews and of social media management.
9/4/2015 5:30:52 AM
With an abundance of social media channels, tools and platforms to consider, let’s remember the basics of digital marketing.
8/31/2015 5:30:34 AM
The American Nurses Association is recommending that its 3.4 million RNs be vaccinated. It’s a contentious conversation during National Immunization Awareness Month.
8/26/2015 5:30:30 AM
The 90-year-old former president negotiated a Middle East Peace deal, but the battle Carter now faces will be waged in a hospital. Here’s how he discussed his illness.
8/21/2015 5:30:30 AM
Learn how to better communicate with consumers, physicians and employees in Baltimore this September.
8/19/2015 6:25:23 AM
Each year, 23,000 people in the U.S. succumb to infections they received while in health care facilities. Coordinated communication can spare lives.
8/17/2015 6:30:30 AM
Doctors and nurses still struggle to get in touch with one another to coordinate services.
8/14/2015 6:31:18 AM