July-August 2003
Volume 84, Number 4

The author sees two reasons why, in a secular age, Catholic universities should continue to sponsor medical facilities.

Three physicians describe the experience of developing such a policy for a Catholic hospital in Honolulu.

A more preventive approach would include improved communication with patients and their families.

A Wisconsin hospital and its nurses have discovered the power of partnership.

Physicians and dentists have pooled their skills to provide care for the area's working poor.

Catholic health care systems are using stock holdings to push for corporate accountability.

The process renders decision making more participatory and transparent and produces better decisions, too.

The forth in a series of six genetics case studies.

The third article in the "Portraits in Collaboration"series