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 surveys offer market-specific data composed of compensation, production, and benefits ...
Dignity Health–St. Rose Dominican Hospitals (DH-SRDH) engaged ECG as an advisory partner to support ongoing efforts to identify, evaluate, and design care workflows for behavioral
In the process of addressing operational issues, ECG enabled Easterseals Northern California (ESNorCal), then known as Easterseals Bay Area, to transform its process improvement
Schools of medicine have often applied a dean’s tax to provide additional funding to the academic enterprise. This approach is outdated, However, recognizing the need for continued reinvestment and alignment between affiliates, forward-thinking AMCs are eliminating the dean’s tax and revising historical financial arrangements.
Demand for behavioral health services will continue to grow, and new solutions are required to extend already scarce behavioral health resources to meet communities’ needs.
Proven solutions for an aligned oncology program.
Delivering efficient, high-quality cancer care is greatly enhanced by integrated services delivery, focused on keeping patients at the center of coordinated care.
When forging collaborative physician-hospital relationships, or identifying current organizational opportunities to deliver value-based oncology care, ECG facilitates the process.
ECG provides organizational models and approaches for collaborative relationships and develops financial pro formas underpinning goal alignment. Working with your corporate counsel or law firms specializing in oncology alignment, ECG delivers work products tailored to your project needs.
Delivering efficient, high-quality cancer care is greatly enhanced by integrated service delivery, focused on keeping patients at the center of coordinated care.
When forging collaborative physician and hospital relationships, or optimizing current organizational opportunities to deliver value-based oncology care, ECG facilitates the process.
ECG physician alignment and partnership services include:
Compensation is personal, for both providers and administrators, so it’s no surprise that discussions about compensation planning are often complex and contentious. Yet when these conversations are facilitated properly and compensation plans are designed well, they can serve as a powerful catalyst for rallying providers around shared goals of improving quality, productivity, and the overall patient experience.
Cancer care reimbursement models are transitioning from volume to value, and organizations are pursuing greater clinical and financial integration with physician partners. How cancer programs choose to respond to this transition and the compensation models they employ will significantly affect their ability to recruit and retain high-quality providers, align behaviors with organizational strategy, and ultimately thrive in a value-based world.
Our rich experience, combined with our proprietary research and benchmarking tools, uniquely positions ECG as the industry leader in compensation planning and incentive design. We possess the political sensitivity and technical skill to design plans that are embraced by providers, while our methodology ensures that the arrangements we propose are representative of your organization’s culture, values, and business strategy.
ECG physician compensation services include:
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What cancer program leaders should do to guide their centers through a successful recovery and ensure the safety of patients and staff while providing essential care to cancer patients.
The confluence of multiple transformational pressures on the cancer care industry not only heightens the importance of strategic planning (so organizations are well prepared to respond to these changes) but also increases the complexity of planning.
As competition in the marketplace intensifies, healthcare providers focus on delivering more value across service lines with five key concepts in mind.
ECG recently sat down with a number of leaders from cancer centers to discuss the core issues that oncology programs are facing. This article shares key learnings from our conversations as well as our insights regarding the future of the business of oncology and how your organization can proactively prepare.
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