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7 Take-Aways from the HERO-Goetzel Webinar in Defense of Wellness

This is the sixth in a series on the HERO disinformation campaign around wellness ROI.  The other six installments can be found here.

This afternoon HERO and Ron Goetzel conducted an entire… 642 more words

Wellness Doesn't Work

100 Top Hospitals named by Truven

The 100 Top Hospitals recognized this week by Truven Health Analytics boast shorter lengths of stay, fewer complications, lower 30-day readmission rates.

Truven – formerly the healthcare business of Thomson Reuters, now reportedly prepping for its own IPO – has named its top hospitals for more than two decades, evaluating them on measures of overall organizational performance, as well as long-term rates of improvement. 89 more words

Hospital Business News

Hilton Grant To Truven Funds Research On ACA, Teen Substance Abuse

ANN ARBOR — The Ann Arbor healthcare research firm Truven Health Analytics Monday said it was onke of three partners in a $1.35 million, three-year grant from the Conrad Hilton Foundation to determine the effects of recent healthcare legislation on adolescent substance abuse care. 362 more words


Just released: Truven Health 100 Top Hospitals

The Truven Health Analytics’ 100 Top Hospitals® program recognizes the 100 top U.S. hospitals – healthcare organizations that are redefining excellence through outstanding performance including patient care, operational efficiency, and financial stability. 47 more words

Hospital Business News

Four Michigan Hospitals On Truven's Top 100

ANN ARBOR — Four Michigan hospitals are among the nation’s top 100 based on overall organizational performance, according to the 2015 100 Top Hospitals list released Monday by the Ann Arbor-based healthcare analytics provider Truven Health. 508 more words


Congratulations to RAND's Soeren Mattke on PepsiCo study award

We are proud (but also insanely jealous) of our friend Soeren Mattke, whose PepsiCo article  was named the #2 most-read for the year 2014 in  279 more words


Truven Finds New Cancer Screening Prevents Unnecessary Procedures

ANN ARBOR — Patients who receive breast tomosynthesis in annual breast cancer screening experienced fewer recalls, fewer diagnostic procedures, earlier detection, and less costly treatment than patients using traditional two-dimensional imaging alone, according to a new study by Ann Arbor-based Truven Health Analytics. 363 more words