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Who’s on Lown Institute’s list of most ‘socially responsible’ hospitals?
PATIENT ENGAGEMENT HIT
Hospital Performance on Health Equity, Social Responsibility Low
Hospitals have long been judged on quality of care. These new rankings grade their commitment to community, too.
In a new hospital ranking, doing good counts nearly as much as doing well
“Best” hospitals in US get poor marks in new rating system
New ranking system compares hospitals by equity, community benefit efforts
New Hospital Ranking Produces Surprising Results
US hospitals overused elective procedures and tests before pandemic, report shows. Experts say focus must return to patient safety.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
Hospitals overuse medical tests and procedures that don’t help patients, analysis finds
Study: Hospitals waste billions on unnecessary tests and procedures
Report: Worst Hospitals for Unnecessary Procedures
Is your hospital performing unnecessary tests and procedures?
50 Hospitals Get Dubious Ranking on Racial Inclusion
THE WASHINGTON POST
American hospitals are still segregated. That’s killing people of color.
Big-name hospitals have biggest community spending shortfalls, report shows
THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
Study: Inequity rampant among metro Atlanta hospitals
CRAIN’S NEW YORK BUSINESS
Local hospitals’ community-benefits spending falls millions short of their tax benefits, report finds
Racial segregation is common in urban hospital markets
AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
Legacy of racial segregation endures at many U.S. hospitals
THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER
Racial equity is essential to hospital quality, and some in Philly are falling short, new report says
GEORGIA HEALTH NEWS
What a controversial list says about nonprofit hospitals’ charity record
Closing the health equity gap: A role for implementation science?
JAMA Network Open
Assessment of Overuse of Medical Tests and Treatments at US Hospitals Using Medicare Claims
Application of the Risk Stratification Index to Multilevel Models
On the Journey Toward Health Equity: Data, Culture Change, and the First Step
Health Care Equity: From Fragmentation to Transformation