To compete successfully, the health systems of 10 to 15 years from now must be as different from their current form as existing systems are from the ones 80 years ago. What will drive this change?
Participating practices point to a number of successes attributable to OCM, even as they grapple with challenges presented by the model.
The unsustainable trajectory of our healthcare delivery system requires that care delivery transformation be a top priority for today’s healthcare leaders. We have identified four key areas organizations should focus their efforts on and discuss how to successfully deploy a structured approach to the transformation process.
Every chance to close gaps in medically necessary care is an opportunity for providers to realize incremental revenues while doing what is right for their patients.
Given the increasing demand for comprehensive and high quality primary care, healthcare organizations continue to explore ways to expand care team infrastructure to allow for improved capacity and collaboration. This article looks at how these teams can support financial and care management goals.
This article proposes three broad steps healthcare organizations can take to initiate their population health management journey.
Several CMS programs enable organizations that rely heavily on fee for service to ease into population health.
The Chief of Advanced Practice Services at Seattle Children’s Hospital describes how the roles of nurse practitioners and physician assistants are changing.
How health systems relying on fee-for-service reimbursement can still execute population health strategies.
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