There is no more rigorous or accurate benchmarking resource for provider compensation planning. Our surveys offer market-specific data composed of compensation, production, and benefits information ...
The industry’s only compensation survey dedicated to understanding the unique data needs of the pediatric market.
Our survey provides an in-depth review of pediatric subspecialty market trends, ...
There is no more rigorous or accurate benchmarking resource for academic provider compensation planning.Our faculty survey offers market-specific compensation, production, and benefits information ...
A HEALTH SYSTEM initiated a master facility plan (MFP) development process and, in response to market pressure, wanted to define an ASC strategy to prevent leakage of case volume
ECG PARTNERED WITH an approximately 715-bed health system with two acute care hospitals. The system offers a broad range of healthcare services and supports a variety of community
As more health systems recognize the need to create a more substantial
ambulatory surgery capability, executives should explore ASC joint ventures with employed surgeons.
In search of value, payers want to redefine the role that
PCPs play in patient care.
Service Line Strategy
From physician strategy to financial management, children's healthcare is different. Pediatric providers require different strategies and tactics to thrive in the emerging marketplace.
The knowledge base and models typically applied to adult-focused health systems are rarely transferable to children’s hospitals. Children’s healthcare is different. Factors such as market reach, physician strategy, care models, and finances all vary from adult programs. That is why, unlike any other healthcare consulting firm, ECG has developed a multidisciplinary children’s practice composed of national experts in strategy, operations, finance, facilities, and academic medicine.
ECG is a trusted partner to a broad base of children’s hospitals across the country, where we have shaped and prioritized strategic goals, improved operational efficiency, constructed integrated care models, and optimized relationships. Our consultants focus on the unique challenges faced by—and opportunities available to—children’s hospitals and their affiliated providers in today’s marketplace.
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Well-integrated children’s health systems are better
equipped to provide high-quality, family-centric care in a way that improves the
patient experience and ensures continuity of care.
Pediatric mental health has been declared a national emergency as children's hospitals are being forced to grow
services to meet skyrocketing demand in an
environment where reimbursement is fundamentally inadequate.
Anne Bird, MD, and Domonique Hensler of Rady Children’s Hospital discuss the crisis in pediatric behavioral health and the need to take a whole-child approach to care.
Healthcare organizations can take actionable steps toward easing the unique obstacles pediatric patients face when seeking access to care.
The national emergency in child and adolescent mental health is heartbreaking. Here's what your organization can do about it.
From an understanding of the market context for children’s healthcare in the recent past, we present the four imperatives for children’s healthcare in the next decade.
Population health is often discussed in the context of large, adult-focused healthcare systems, yet children make up nearly a quarter of the U.S. population— and children represent one of the most vulnerable and important population segments. Children’s hospitals, guided by their boards, can play a critical role in managing the health of the youth community.
Children’s hospitals no longer have the luxury of acting alone and must begin to align with other providers, engaging in co-opetition.
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