May 1992
Volume 73, Number 4

Catholics can cultivate hope by emphasizing the human dimension in culture and politics.

Healthcare providers, the Church, and government must do their part to improve access to care.

Rural healthcare providers and communities can use innovative strategies to increase access to care.

The Medical Assistance Facility Demonstration Project maintains acute care access in rural Montana.

Saint Vincent Hospital and Health Center, Billings, MT, uses physician assistants to improve service delivery in a rural area.

CEOs' optimism about their hospitals' future is related to the number of strategic changes implemented, according to a Catholic Health Association/University of Iowa study.

A Catholic Health Association study uncovers features that separate successful from unsuccessful hospitals.

A study identifies effective strategies for retaining nurses in rural hospitals.