At a Cincinnati facility, a team approach to therapy helps clients tap into their own inner healing powers.
The National Civic League offers a collaborative model for improving community health.
A Mishawaka, IN, healing arts center connects the mind, body, and spirit.
A Kentucky-based healthcare system makes employee wellness a top priority.
A hospital in Amsteram, NY, uses complementary therapy to aid healing and relieve pain.
In an interview, Rev. William J. Bryon, SJ, defines the responsibilities of both employers and workers in times of downsizing.
With all their faults, not-for-profit healthcare organizations remain symbols of what is good and generous in our society.
New Covenant consultant Marian Jennings predicts substantial collaboration among Catholic healthcare organizations in the next two years.
To provide supportive care of the dying, our society must first learn to live with the fact of mortality.
Healthcare delivery suffers from some deeply rooted problems, but Catholic social teaching can help us out of this morass.
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