For 45 years, Modern Healthcare has been your guide through the turbulent world of healthcare—from the growth in Medicare and Medicaid and birth of the Affordable Care Act to the use of technology and value to drive transformation, to the century’s most disruptive global healthcare event.
No matter what the issue or crisis, the business of healthcare has always been our business. And through the years, we’ve transformed along with you, from a monthly in 1976 to a bi-weekly in the ’80s to a weekly starting in 1988.
Our audience has always been you—C-suite executives and other leaders from all sectors of the industry.
Our mission has always been the same: helping readers, listeners, viewers and conference attendees make tough decisions using the information and context we provide.
We have been your eyes and ears, synthesizing major policy changes, anticipating important trends, evaluating significant innovations—all under Modern Healthcare’s journalistic standards.
But healthcare has changed and so have your needs.
The leaders who shape the industry still want to learn about day-to-day changes that affect hospitals, insurers, vendors, suppliers, tech startups, clinical practices and government agencies. In short, they want the news when it happens in a style and format they can easily understand and share.
They also want big thinking—the deep insights that come from learning how their colleagues accomplished a virtual EHR implementation or what a thought leader thinks about the new Star Ratings methodology. This type of content not only describes what’s going on in your organizations, but analyzes, evaluates and advances strategic solutions that help you thrive.
Over the next few weeks, you’ll see us ramp up our daily presence on Modern Healthcare.com to offer you the most contextual, up-to-date healthcare business news, information and data.
Our award-winning newsroom has one aim: report, analyze, evaluate and synthesize the developments that make healthcare America’s most vibrant and important industry.
Our digital presence is expanding to deliver the news how, when and where you need it and want it—on a desktop, laptop or mobile device. Our content offerings have evolved to make your experience more engaging, interactive and worthwhile. All to make sure you’re never missing a beat.
Meanwhile, beginning April 5, our new twice-monthly print publication, MH, will reach farther and deeper into the business of healthcare. Our goal is simple: shed light on leaders’ complex choices and touch points—from strategy, governance and personal development to making decisions on finances, operations, clinical care and marketing.
MH will showcase content developed not only by our reporters, but also by healthcare’s most distinguished experts and opinion leaders: C-suite executives, tech innovators, researchers, clinical leaders, futurists, government officials, policymakers and big-picture thinkers.
MH will raise the bar of thought leadership. It will reveal opportunities and help you build a framework for rapid implementation and impact by exploring real-world experiences and case studies, using Modern Healthcare’s discernment to gauge what lessons can help you the most. Interviews, reported articles, roundtables and opinions will showcase the ideas and practices that can shape your career, your organization and the practice of patient care.
Here’s a sampling of the types of content you could see in future issues of MH:
- Leadership lessons from the COVID-19 vaccination rollout.
- Making the business case for investment in social determinants of health.
- Beyond the healthcare merger/acquisition: making a new culture work.
The future of MH is as broad as your imagination, which is why we will turn to you for input and content. I hope you will join us in our quest to improve patient care by empowering all of you to do your best.
This is a challenging but exciting time for the industry. ModernHealthcare.com and MH plan to support you for the next 45 years and longer.
We look forward to experiencing this journey with you.