In the wake of changing market pressures and healthcare delivery needs, for-profit systems have begun to embrace GME to solve the projected primary care physician shortage while supporting the underserved in many of their geographies.
As competition in the marketplace intensifies, healthcare providers focus on delivering more value across service lines with five key concepts in mind.
Over the past few decades, hospitals and healthcare delivery systems have employed physicians and put them in units called Medical Group Enterprises.
Healthcare facilities are integral to communities and their overall well-being. As facilities have evolved, so too has the facility development process.
Patient centricity and value transparency are fundamental to healthcare and serve as a true north for all participants in the healthcare delivery process.
In our initial blog regarding the health systems of the future, we defined two key drivers for success: patient centricity and value transparency. Achieving these involves daunting transformations across multiple dimensions. So when should we be prepared to focus our efforts to support this transformation?
CMS has offered a second application period for organizations considering participation in BPCI Advanced. Many organizations have submitted the nonbinding application to receive detailed claims data that will provide valuable insight into organizational performance across the 37 inpatient and outpatient episodes, as well as post-acute performance.
In a typical ambulatory care setting, the focus is on day-to-day workflow, and clinic teams are often operating under the stress of an ever-changing schedule. By using the three methods of instituting lasting change, process improvement becomes an everyday expectation for clinic staff that is integrated into daily workflows.
ECG welcomes Michael Mullins to the firm's Mergers, Acquisitions, and Partnerships practice as a principal and head of financial sponsors coverage.
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