Oncology providers are facing increasing pressure from payors and patients to deliver high-quality care in an efficient and economical manner. The patient-centered specialty practice is one model that has shown promise in meeting these objectives.
The PCMH model has historically focused on primary care medicine. Now the Patient-Centered Specialty Practice recognition program is aimed at aligning specialty care models with those of their primary care counterparts.
Without the right IT systems in place, your ACO will not be successful.
Improving patient access requires new strategies for care delivery.
ECG has identified four critical steps to successfully make the shift to population health management (PHM): provider network development, clinical integration, advanced informatics, and risk-based contracting. This article details how each of these steps can usher your organization down the path to PHM.
Is the right person performing the right tasks at the right time in your cardiology practice?
Understand the importance of implementing innovative patient access strategies in an evolving healthcare climate and highlights some of the emerging strategies systems are adopting to expand access to care.
ECG's PCMH Readiness Assessment Methodology can be used by organizations to leverage existing strengths, address operational weaknesses, and identify resources to invest in key capabilities.
Based on our work with healthcare organizations across the country, this article identifies seven trends to look for in 2014.
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