E-Books - Now Available for Download!

The following E-Books have been made available to readers of Becker's Hospital Review. To find past E-Books, please visit our E-Books Archive page.


Bringing virtual care to the non-acute space: Learnings from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Mount Sinai Health System 

The value of virtual care has never been clearer. Hospitals across the country and globally have expanded the use of telehealth to address capacity issues system-wide.

Even before the COVID-19 outbreak, telehealth was gaining favor among health care providers.

This e-book details the successes of two leading health systems' efforts to expand virtual care programs into non-acute service lines.

At this moment, we don't know what healthcare's "new normal" will be once the pandemic subsides. But it is safe to say telehealth will continue to play an important role in the future of care delivery.

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Innovation and the human experience: 5 health IT must-reads for leaders working to improve healthcare for patients and clinicians

Technology innovations have long held the promise of solving some of healthcare's most intractable problems. However, in previous iterations, some technology advancements weren't entirely user friendly. Today, emerging health IT solutions put the human experience front and center to improve healthcare for both providers and patients. 

From key priorities for healthcare CIOs to insights on digital integration, this ebook features must-read articles for healthcare leaders focused on innovation.


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The patient perspective and the provider imperative: Why it's time for hospital CFOs to transform the patient financial experience

Healthcare's cost crisis is putting the squeeze on patients and providers alike. In recent years, as the cost of care delivery has risen, reimbursements for health systems have declined and patients' out-of-pocket obligations have increased. 

The COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated these challenges. Hospital financial leaders will have to find new ways to help their organizations weather this storm, and the patient financial experience will remain among their primary concerns. This ebook provides an overview of some of healthcare's most enduring challenges and offers insights for healthcare leaders working to transform the patient financial experience.

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10 must-reads on data analytics

Data analytics are increasingly used by hospitals and health systems to bring healthcare's enormous datasets into focus. While the technology has broad applications in healthcare — from tracking patient outcomes to monitoring pharmacy performance — many hospitals and health systems have been slow to integrate data analytics solutions. Barriers include the input of flawed data, a lack of executive buy-in, growing concerns over patient data privacy and ownership, and ineffective solutions that fail to serve the end user. 

This E-book contains 10 articles that describe not only the many potential advantages of data analytics in healthcare, but also best practices for selecting and deploying an analytics solution. As several health IT experts agreed in one article, "The potential of using analytics to improve efficiency and outcomes is limited only by physician creativity."


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 How to build a readiness culture in healthcare: 9 must-reads for innovation-driven nurse leaders 

Amid regulatory uncertainty, nurse and physician shortages, and an epidemic of burnout, today's health system leaders must work to protect their most valuable assets — clinicians. Providers on the frontlines are the lifeblood of a health system, and these individuals should be working in safe environments where innovation and a constant commitment to performance improvement are deeply embedded in the workplace culture. 

The following nine articles contain insights for nurse leaders on fostering a culture of innovation, retaining talent and equipping teams to meet the healthcare needs of tomorrow.

Key learning points include:

  • Cultivating and supporting a culture of innovation in healthcare
  • 3 ways nurse leaders can create a culture of resilience
  • Mentorship matters: when nurses succeed, hospitals can, too

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 The CFO’s guide to telehealth

Leading chief financial officers recognize there are limits to brick and mortar assets and virtual care offers opportunities to address challenges in ways that are cost effective and responsive to the quadruple aim. 

This e-book provides an in depth look at how telehealth is an enabler of improved care delivery, offering the ability to address clinician burnout and enhance patient access and convenience, all at a lower cost.

Read the e-book to learn:

  • The new economics and value equations of virtual care
  • Virtual care’s role in improving care, access and physician burnout
  • A data-drive approach to consumer adoption to maximize ROI

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 10 Must-Reads on Critical Care

Critical care is distinguished in U.S. hospitals for a number of reasons, including the complexity of patients, evolution of technology and growing use among older adults. The costs and risks associated with caring for high-acuity patients make critical care settings vulnerable places within any hospital. These units are more susceptible to decisions about staffing, technology and models of care.

This e-book, 10 Must-Reads on Critical Care, contains 10 articles that examine the use of modern technology in ICUs, such as AI and robots, and how distinct models of critical care delivery influence patient outcomes and staff wellbeing. Articles also touch on infection control in critical care settings, medical care that reduces ICU use and ICU rotations.

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