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Are Patient Rooms Important?
Well-designed patient bedrooms are key to efficient, well-run hospitals that fulfill their missions of healing patients. Although patient rooms are not integral to procedures, and they don’t require specialized, complicated equipment, their importance cannot be downplayed. …read more
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Hospital Mergers Fail to Perform
A new British study reports that merging hospitals does not result in improved service delivery and cost-effectiveness. According to a press release, failing hospitals failed to upgrade their functioning once they had merged with other hospitals. …read more
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