Perspectives on the Acute Care Continuum is designed to engage healthcare administrators, leaders, and practitioners around the issues of integration of patient care, physician management, quality of medical care, and operational performance.

We encourage and welcome guest contributors to submit articles related to any of the topics mentioned above. Articles must be useful and substantive in quality, and we do not accept submissions that have been published elsewhere, lack clarity, or are generally written to serve as a sales pitch for a product or service.

The benefit of writing for Perspectives is reaching an audience of thousands, while also receiving cross-promotion on our social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn).

Upon receiving an article, our editors will review it for suitability. Due to the number of submissions we receive, it may be a few days before our team can respond to your submission. Upon accepting your submission, our editorial team reserves the right to edit the article for substance, style, and grammar.

In addition to your article, we ask that you submit a brief (60 words) bio, any relevant links, and a recent headshot. If you have an image you would like posted along with your article, please submit that as well; otherwise, our editorial team will choose an image for you.

While the Perspectives editorial team only accepts original, unpublished materials, we are happy to allow our authors to repurpose their posts elsewhere, so long as it links back to the original published post on Perspectives of the Acute Care Continuum. We also reserve to right to republish your article, in part or in its entirety, in other mediums, so long as we continue to credit you as the author.

If you would like to submit a post or article idea, or have any questions, please contact Sarah Maurer, Managing Editor, at New contributors may also wish to submit a detailed abstract or outline of their article ideas before submitting a completed post, along with a link to additional writing samples that may aid in our decision-making process.