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, ...
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When optimally structured, anesthesia services lead measurable and sustainable improvements to a health system’s operational and financial performance. By transitioning from
A regional health system, located on the West Coast, was interested in creating greater alignment between the various hospitalist programs that served the organization’s five
The Great Resignation. The Big Quit. The Great Reshuffle. Call it what you will, but there’s no denying the lingering impact of COVID‑19 on the workforce.
Transitioning to a new and upgraded space presents an opportunity for healthcare organizations to reset and “reinvent” operations to realize new efficiencies.
Service Line Strategy
Build an effective and efficient primary care service line that meets the needs and expectations of providers and patients.
The US healthcare system is struggling with a shortage of physicians, particularly primary care providers. This workforce supply-and-demand disparity contributes to provider burnout, widespread access and service issues, and a poor patient experience. At the heart of the issue is a mismatch between the current physician-centric care models and the needs and expectations of patients who prioritize access, convenience, and a seamless care experience.
While traditional systems apply band-aid solutions, new primary care market entrants, often with access to the premium dollar, are investing in more efficient and consumer-friendly care models. To meet the demands of patients and compete against new entrants, health system leaders must understand primary care as the foundation and front door to a healthcare system and give primary care the same disciplined service line focus that key specialties enjoy.
ECG can define and implement the necessary strategies to help health systems build an effective and efficient primary care service line that meets the needs and expectations of providers and patients and becomes a self-sustaining revenue source to the system.
Partner, San Diego
The demographics of our population are dramatically shifting. Though that doesn't define consumers or reduce them to simple stereotypes, but a generation’s unique needs, biases, and behaviors are worth considering in the development and marketing of consumer-driven healthcare services.
While the importance of patient access is generally recognized, a problem that healthcare leaders face may be surprising: no single, nationally accepted metric or benchmark exists to measure it.
PCPs are more than just gatekeepers—they are guides, responsible for helping patients on their journey through the health system.
Health systems increasingly find themselves in competition with payers (and private equity firms) to grow their physician networks.
A panel with senior hospital leaders from across the US to exploring how staffing shortages are impacting hospitals and what leaders are doing to close the gap.
ECG is excited to be a part of the Becker’s Hospital Review 9th Annual CEO + CFO Roundtable, which will have great topics and speakers focused on core issues, opportunities, and strategy for the hospital and health system CEO and CFO audience. Many of our experts will be attending and we hope to see you there in November!
Join ECG's Jeff Hoffman and Jared Langus at the Health System 100 Leadership Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. ECG will be a proud sponsor.
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