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The industry’s only compensation survey dedicated to understanding the unique data needs of the pediatric market.
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CATHOLIC HEALTH (CHS) provides care to the Western New York region, which has a patient population of nearly 2.8 million.
CONE HEALTH is a regional health system in Greensboro, North Carolina, with 6 hospitals and 1,300 employed physicians serving across 95 practice sites.
Management services organizations provide administrative and management services to physician practices and can be beneficial to hospitals and physicians alike.
Our guest on episode 31 of Healthcare Upside Down is Alina Czekai, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at Cohere Health.
Outcome-oriented strategic plan development for cancer centers and cancer programs.
ECG offers value-based strategic planning designed to meet your organization’s mission, vision, and goals for cancer care delivery. Our strategic planning services are customized to deliver outcomes best suited for your cancer program and oncology service line.
We know that care delivery and market strategies are core to successful plan development.
Benefit from ECG’s experience working with cancer programs across the country, and let us help you develop strategies that suit your community and service area. Talk to our clients about our collaborative planning outcomes.
New program assessments identify opportunities for a range of scenarios: rural providers, community hospitals, health systems, clinically integrated networks, academic medical centers, NCI-designated cancer centers, and oncology organizations.
ECG assists with identifying the best position for your cancer program within a challenging payment and competitive environment.
We develop service volume projections for new or expanded services for your cancer program, cancer center, or oncology service line. Sound planning assumptions with a realistic assessment of your environment are embedded in ECG project deliverables.
ECG also provides associated financial pro formas supporting economic and programmatic feasibility for your new service.
ECG cancer programming and tumor site assessment services include:
Community hospitals and cancer centers, health systems, NCI-designated cancer centers, multispecialty and oncology practices, and payers are forging strategic partnerships to advance the delivery of cancer care.
Most strategic planning projects include consideration of partnership or affiliations. ECG provides affiliate models for community hospitals, academic medical centers, and NCI-designated cancer centers.
From coast to coast, we’ve worked with NCI-designated cancer centers to develop affiliation networks, helped community hospitals determine the best options for affiliation relationships, and supported oncology practices as they consider affiliate agreements.
ECG cancer affiliate network and strategic partnership 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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