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In a new guide, Essential Hospitals Institute evaluates patient trust in essential hospitals and shares strategies for building institutional trust.

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The case studies detail three health care organizations' patient and family engagement strategies, resources required, and effects on the organizations.

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New research shows essential hospitals are building capacity for community-integrated health care — reaching outside their walls to partner with government, social services, and other sectors to improve social determinants of health.

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Two new resources share the Institute’s research on essential hospitals’ social determinants of health work and a set of milestones to aid in adopting community-integrated health care.

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In the second installment of the Cost of Care Conversations webinar series, learn about two tools designed to help clinicians discuss cost with their patients.

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Essential Hospitals Institute seeks to partner with member hospitals that launched programs to adapt to climate change and improve community health.

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This collaborative research project will lead to the development of recommendations and best practices for patient-centered care transitions.

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In the first installment of a new Cost of Care Conversations webinar series, learn why conversations about the cost of health care services are crucial for equitable, quality care, and gain practical tools for facilitating them.

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America’s Essential Hospitals today published a new online library of guides, videos, infographics, and other tools to help essential hospitals and clinicians talk with vulnerable patients about the cost of care and to incorporate these conversations into the clinical workflow.

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Health system leaders are encouraged to share with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation how consumers have changed their organization's practices; stories are due Oct. 24.

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This nine-month fellowship program for clinicians in safety-net settings will focus on reducing medical overuse, such as testing and treatments in which the potential harms outweigh the benefits; applications are due Dec. 3.

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Applications are open for two projects of particular interest to essential hospitals: the Systems for Action research program and the Culture of Health Prize.

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In April 2018, Essential Hospitals Institute began a one-year project funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to promote conversations about the cost of health care.

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