The Modern Hospital

The Modern Hospital was a monthly magazine published in the United States between 1928 and 1997. Image:the-modern-hospital-sample-cover

The magazine focused on the business and administration of hospitals and healthcare facilities, with a particular emphasis on issues such as finance, personnel management, and government regulations. It also covered topics related to medical technology and patient care.

The Modern Hospital was originally founded as Hospital Management in 1928, before changing its name to The Modern Hospital in 1937. It was published by McGraw-Hill, a major publishing company based in New York City.

Throughout its nearly 70-year run, The Modern Hospital was a leading publication in the healthcare industry. It was widely read by hospital administrators, healthcare executives, and other professionals involved in the management of healthcare facilities.

In addition to its print publication, The Modern Hospital also had an active presence at industry conferences and events. It sponsored conferences and seminars on topics related to healthcare management, and its editors and writers were often invited to speak at industry events.

Despite its prominence in the healthcare industry, The Modern Hospital faced financial difficulties in the 1990s. In 1997, its publisher, McGraw-Hill, decided to cease publication of the magazine.

Despite its closure, The Modern Hospital remains a valuable resource for those interested in the history of healthcare administration and management in the United States. Its coverage of issues related to healthcare finance, medical technology, and patient care provides insight into the challenges faced by hospital administrators and executives over several decades.{{Categories}}

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