Succeeding by anticipating trends
Health-care policy as urban policy: Hospitals and community development in the postindustrial city
This paper seeks to explore urban hospital policy, its history, and, in particular, the contradictions, challenges, and opportunities that it poses for community development in U.S. cities. Are urban hospitals a largely overlooked resource for urban economic development that can provide a ladder of long-term upward mobility for impoverished inner-city communities? Or are urban hospitals an anchor that has been dropped into sand, and that may be swept away by the winds of the healthcare crisis that has begun to storm across the United States?
Rx for aging health care facilities
Health care capital investment has surged across most of the district, but the wish list isn't necessarily getting any shorter.
You are what you reimburse
What drives capital spending in health care? Follow the money.
Unhealthy situation : nursing shortage threatens health care
Big business — big transformation