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
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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.
Service Line Strategy
Meeting the healthcare needs of women throughout their lives requires a comprehensive, coordinated, and contemporary approach.
Building a successful women’s healthcare service line requires comprehensive and highly evolved core functions that support subspecialties as well as programmatic and clinical needs tailored to the different stages of a woman’s life—from gynecology, obstetrics, and postpartum care to oncology, pain management, breast and bone health, and beyond. Providers and health systems that deliver a consumer-friendly and patient-centric approach are more likely to maintain a connection with women throughout their lives—ultimately becoming the go-to provider for a woman and her entire family.
Achieving the organizational sophistication necessary to fully support female patients requires an equally sophisticated business planning framework. To create and sustain a successful plan, organizations must consider medical workforce planning, facility and technology investments, and service line structure. Each of these planning considerations is multifaceted and includes a variety of elements that have far-reaching implications. A proactive approach, customized to an organization’s unique situation, is the only way to be successful and meet the needs of women.
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When designing an obstetrics unit, a hospital often narrows its options to two distinct types LDR or LDRP. This guide outlines four key considerations for facilities and obstetrics unit leadership during this decision-making process.
Two trends are having a noticeable impact on maternity and women’s health services nationwide. Learn how these trends can inform your maternal care strategy.
In May 2019, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that in 2018 the US experienced the lowest birth rate in its history, continuing the last decade’s downward trend. While the overall US population is increasing, the number of births in the US has dropped to a 32-year low.
The goals of the four maternal care designation levels are to improve maternal and newborn outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. How do you prepare for the changes?
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