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AHA President Rich Umbdenstock to retire at end of 2015

American Hospital Association President and CEO Rich Umbdenstock announced on Friday that he will retire at the end of 2015.


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Bringing nature indoors

Boston cancer institute builds two-story indoor garden for patients and staff.


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Using Telehealth to Improve Medication Adherence

Nearly 50 percent of patients do not take their medications as prescribed, according to National Institutes of Health data. Baptist Health South Florida is testing a remote medication management program for patients.


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MOST WIRED INNOVATOR SERIES: Using Telehealth to Improve Medication Adherence

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