As healthcare continues to progress from a centralized, hospital-based system to a more distributed ambulatory one, alternative care models and settings have proliferated. Urgent care centers (UCCs) have been among the most successful of these new models.
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?
Current processes for managing patient referrals are preventing health systems from providing coordinated care, which is a critical building block for value-based care.
Behavioral health has recently become one of the fastest-growing sectors for innovation in the healthcare industry.
Cone Health achieved provider buy-in, patient satisfaction, and reduced costs with a phased approach to implementing telehealth.
Apple has a way of transforming entire industries. With ResearchKit, can the tech giant change the way researchers conduct clinical trials?
The traditional approach to access in the healthcare system has been to simply allow patients to wait in line – something that patients are increasingly unwilling to do.
As patients become more responsible for their care, organizations that recognize the overlap between convenience and collections stand to improve both.
A coordinated post-acute care model can help keep patients from returning to ER.
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