Learn how to better manage costs of care through effective physician network design and care delivery.
ECG has a front row view of how reform and the transition to value-based care are playing out across the country. Here are some of the prominent themes we are observing.
Children’s hospitals and academic institutions have traditionally enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship. But this arrangement has been such a natural fit for so long that the agreements governing such relationships often go unexamined.
The transition to value-based care is challenging executive and physician leadership to develop a clear vision for the future of their organizations.
Children’s hospitals need to develop networks and strategic alliances with physicians, health systems, academic affiliates, and research partners in order to flourish within and beyond this era of transformational change.
The prospect of health reform once loomed like storm clouds on the horizon – dark, mammoth, and all but inevitable. Regardless, industry leaders uncertain about the scale of the impact sensed the changing climate and began preparing.
Given their unique position in the healthcare system and the implications of healthcare reform, successful pediatric organizations are taking steps to develop tighter alignment with physicians in order to ensure that their mission of serving the nation’s child and adolescent population is sustained.
As we close the book on 2014, let's look back at a few of the key themes that appeared in this space during the past year and take a peek at the issues our clients will encounter in the coming year.
While most cardiologists now work for hospitals and health systems, we continue to work with a number of cardiology groups that are not employed, nor do they intend to be.
Page 4 of 7