Eight key trends healthcare executives identified as imperatives for 2020.
In recent years, enrollment has trended toward HDHPs and increased employee cost sharing. However, consumers have not yet adjusted to these changes.
The exponential growth of cardiovascular technologies will likely accelerate over the next few years, specifically as they apply to mitral valve treatment.
Contact center success means meeting performance goals without using excess staff. Unfortunately, this approach doesn’t account for effectiveness.
Medicare, commercial payers and employer groups are demanding reduced healthcare costs. Providers must be responsive and proactive to keep them all happy.
Healthcare facilities are integral to communities and their overall well-being. As facilities have evolved, so too has the facility development process.
As a required condition of participation in the Medicare program, the federal government prescribes broad and generalized directions to hospitals on the provision of nurse and patient care staffing.
Previously, we discussed how to improve underperforming comanagement arrangements. What about those arrangements that are succeeding and enhancing an organization’s quality, patient satisfaction, and costs: what’s next? Here are three possible strategies to help grow volume, improve profitability, and solidify alignment with physicians.
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.
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