Part one of this series reviewed the steps leading up to a pilot program go-live. In this post, we will review ongoing pilot management after go-live and planning for the future.
Before jumping in headfirst with any transformational initiatives across the entire organization, consider starting with a pilot.
The pace of change in the current healthcare landscape, combined with a national focus on curtailing costs, is challenging provider organizations to apply new ideas and strategies to their clinical and business operations.
Revenue cycle compliance is a dynamic organizational issue that carries significant downside risk and requires a high level of managerial commitment to remain consistent in its achievement.
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.
This article proposes three broad steps healthcare organizations can take to initiate their population health management journey.
In this interview, ECG’s Jessica Turgon talks about emerging trends in oncology care and what providers can expect to see going forward.
ECG consultants Shelby Jergens and Clark Bosslet identify three areas that present the greatest opportunity for change in the NICU.
Practices that emphasize physician engagement will be poised to sustain the success of their care model transformation initiatives.
Page 1 of 8