The goals of the four maternal care designation levels are to improve maternal and newborn outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. How do you prepare for the changes?
Join ECG's Associate Principle Richard Trembowicz as he speaks about Moving Forward - Provider Sponsored MA Plans at the Medicare Advantage Intensive in New Jersey.
Join ECG's Robin Settle and Rick Roesemeier as they speak on HIT Strategies to Enhance the Provider Experience in the Ambulatory Setting.
For leaders with operational and administrative responsibilities in a complex, ever-changing healthcare environment, it can be extremely difficult to achieve the appropriate combination of operational management and adequate levels of stakeholder engagement and satisfaction. How does an organization find the right balance?
ECG’s Associate Principal Sean Hartzell will be presenting on a panel addressing Mergers and Acquisitions of ASCs and Orthopedic, Anesthesia and Pain Management Practices.
This elite group of hospital and health system CEOs gathers twice a year to explore the top issues facing their organizations, as well as share their experiences, challenges, and best practices.
Teaching hospitals across the United States spend an estimated $17 billion annually on graduate medical education (GME) programs. While federal and state funding provides some offsetting revenue, teaching hospitals and academic health systems must make a significant investment in training new physicians each year.
Data will enable patient centricity and allow organizations to become more responsive to their populations and evolving payment models.
More than 4,000 healthcare industry leaders gathered in Chicago over four days in April for the Becker’s Hospital Review 9th Annual Meeting.
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