The fall issue features articles on diversity in health care teams, the impact of consumerism on children's hospitals and how hospitals are sharing safety strategies with each other to reduce harm.
Creating a Diverse Workplace
Better serve the community, compete for top talent and improve organizational creativity and thinking by creating an inclusive environment.
How Consumerism Will Impact Children’s Hospitals
Simply stating your value to consumers isn’t enough. Children’s hospitals should prove value with facts and analysis. Here’s how to get started.
6 Questions Hospitals Should Consider About Consumerism
Hospital leaders need to consider the answers to these questions.
Hospitals Share Strategies to Improve Patient Safety
Organizations of all sizes learn from each other, adapt patient safety strategies to fit their needs and proactively address risk.
Discussing Quality with Patients and Families
Bringing everyone into the health care team’s conversations about quality can help reduce harm.
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