Within the last two years, hospital-based medicine reached its 20-year milestone as an acknowledged specialty, making it the perfect time for a look at how coverage was provided historically in hospitals, how it is provided in today’s healthcare environment, and how things will change in tomorrow’s value-based world.
The ECG team is a preferred vendor for the MassHealth DSRIP Technical Assistance (TA) Marketplace in the Consumer Engagement Domain.
Thirty-two long-term care transactions were announced or closed during the second month of the year, double the number that took place in the next-closest sector, health-care information technology.
Through our partnerships with health systems, we’ve identified key elements that compose the physician enterprise maturation process. These elements are discussed in the blog, along with the five focus areas for health systems seeking to build a Physician Enterprise 3.0.
ECG was excited to participate in another outstanding ACCC conference at this year’s Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit (AMCCBS). The conference provided a forum for collaborative discussion across a range of critically important topics in cancer care business and policy.
Hospitals and health systems need to understand Total Performance Score (TPS), how TPS is calculated, and how it can be used to optimize strategic decisions and increase total revenue.
Hospitals and health systems are gearing up for a new rule book that could have major ramifications for their cardiovascular service line and structural heart program.
In the final Medicare Physician Fee Schedule rule published in the Federal Register on November 23, 2018, CMS outlined its effort to reduce the documentation burden for evaluation and management (E&M) services. As a result, the care management benefits allow providers more time to see and improve the lives of their patients.
As healthcare continues to shift from a volume to value orientation, observers across the country are increasingly raising concerns over how the Stark law and Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) limit the ability of providers to participate in and be appropriately compensated for care coordination.
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