Practices that emphasize physician engagement will be poised to sustain the success of their care model transformation initiatives.
The increasing use of quality metrics is changing the economic dynamics between healthcare organizations and cardiologists.
The actions of emergency physicians and their staff can be the difference between life and death, but there's little guidance on appropriate trauma center staffing.
Determining the appropriate level and mix of nonphysician staff is a critical challenge when building and maintaining a high-performing trauma program.
Pursuing performance improvement across the ambulatory enterprise can be particularly daunting for cardiologists.
Oncology practices need to prepare for reimbursement based on quality and the total cost of care.
The degree of integration between the clinical components of an academic medical center (AMC) has a measurable impact on overall organizational performance.
As hospital consolidation continues, health systems are increasingly facing the need to rationalize overlapping cardiology services.
Healthcare reform and evolving reimbursement models are transforming the way care is and will be delivered and paid for. Here are some prominent trends we are observing.
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