July 2016
Modern Healthcare;7/11/2016, Vol. 46 Issue 27, pS010
Trade Publication
The article offers information on top ten topics selected by readers out of 25 issues on best hospital practices. Topics covered include higher votes for better hospital discharge process, cost of services and collaboration with providers for decreasing readmissions followed by adoption of telehealth platforms and prevention of bacteria spread. Also mentioned are physicians hiring medical scribes, using computer-assisted diagnosis schemes and publishing costs of services.


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