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Blog PostNeuroscience Service Line Dev Web

Neuroscience Service Line Development

Neuroscience service lines are among the most complex to define and manage, in part due to their need to be organized around a constellation of clinical conditions, many of which have unique and distinct patient, physician, programmatic, and planning implications. Three industry imperatives consistently surface as prominent topics to understand and emphasize in program planning efforts: prioritized and integrated care, performance improvement, and patient experience and access.

Blog PostTavr Final Rule Web

Final TAVR Regulations: A Summary

In late June, CMS issued its finalized national coverage determination (NCD) for transcatheter aortic valve replacement. We previously wrote about the first published draft of the NCD, analyzing the expected impact on hospitals and health systems. Learn about the final changes.

Blog PostOptimize Ambulatory Operations With These Three Change Management Techniques Web2

Optimize Ambulatory Operations with These Three Change Management Techniques

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.

Blog PostCms’S Proposed Radiation Oncology Model What Providers Need To Know Web

CMS’s Proposed Radiation Oncology Model: What Providers Need to Know

On July 10, CMS released a proposed rule for an advanced payment model for radiation oncology services. The model marks a significant departure from Medicare’s historical fee-for-service payment approach and will be mandatory for all radiotherapy providers within a set of randomly selected geographic areas throughout the country.