Opening a healthcare facility is a complex process. It takes a diverse set of stakeholders working together in order to be successful.
Healthcare facilities are integral to communities and their overall well-being. As facilities have evolved, so too has the facility development process.
As healthcare changes there will be a substantial impact on the physical assets used to deliver care. To be effective facility managers need to understand the impact of these care delivery shifts and how to prepare for them.
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.
If inpatient utilization is trending downward, why are many hospitals scrambling to find additional beds?
The rising cost of care, short-term hospital visits, and a need to quickly serve burgeoning populations of baby boomers or commercial paying populations in isolated geographies have given rise to a trend of systems investing in microhospitals.
As healthcare continues to progress from a centralized, hospital-based system to a more distributed ambulatory one, alternative care models and settings have proliferated. Urgent care centers (UCCs) have been among the most successful of these new models.
ECG was excited to be a 2018 HFMA Region 5 Dixie Institute sponsor and speak on the hot topic of mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Below are four themes that emerged and stuck with us from many of the keynotes, breakout sessions, and conversations.
Thinking about opening a new hospital? Here's what you need to know.
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