This series on “Shaping Tomorrow's Healthcare Systems: Key Stakeholders' Expectations and Experiences” is edited by Dr. Stephen J. O'Connor, Dr. Nancy Borkowski and Dr. Katherine A. Meese. The authors are proud to present this special edition to highlight and contribute to improve healthcare systems.
Shaping tomorrow’s healthcare systems: key stakeholders’ expectations and experiences
Reconceptualizing family caregivers as part of the health care team
Revitalizing the Italian NHS: remarks on the 2021–2026 national recovery plan (next generation EU)
Mixed signals: an analysis of diversity value signaling in leading U.S. hospitals
An examination of the sustainability of the CXO advantage in U.S. hospitals
Associations between patient experience and clinical outcomes at a level I trauma center: a cross-sectional survey-based study
Unique stressors in a global pandemic: a mixed methods study about unique causes of distress among healthcare team members during COVID-19
Accountable care team membership and distress: is accountable care team membership associated with lower distress during a crisis?
Prioritizing magnetic resonance (MR) radiology functions for virtual operations: a feasibility study
Strategies for enriching the resident, fellow, and faculty physician experience: a system-based approach to physician well-being
Advancing human health, safety, and well-being with healthy buildings
The series “Shaping Tomorrow's Healthcare Systems: Key Stakeholders' Expectations and Experiences” was commissioned by the Editorial office, Journal of Hospital Management and Health Policy without any sponsorship or funding. Stephen J. O'Connor, Nancy Borkowski and Katherine A. Meese served as the unpaid Guest Editors of the series. Stephen J. O'Connor serves as the unpaid editorial board members of Journal of Hospital Management and Health Policy.