Shared savings and gainsharing increase value in health care but use different strategies.READ MORE >
Board retreats and the strategic planning process are imperatives for high-performing hospitals, but they can be a waste of time and money unless the full range of issues and challenges are on the table.READ MORE >
Recruiting the right candidates for the board may require a wider search and even payment.READ MORE >
Access to better data and business-savvy physicians are driving this trend.
06.09.14 by Rebecca Vesely
Insufficient reimbursement and provider shortages behind the decline in behavioral health services provided.
11.10.14 by Trustee Staff
Now is the time for all boards to ask themselves fundamental questions.
01.07.13 by Mary K. Totten
We take a look at how the mainstream is adopting this means of care delivery.
03.09.15 by Debi H. Tucker
How a hospital team with a long history of conflict learned how to listen better, air concerns constructively and solve problems collaboratively.
03.12.15 by Barbara Eiser
A Pennsylvania health care system uses perioperative analytics to improve clinical and financial outcomes in the operating room.
03.05.15 by Lori Beucler R.N.
When organizations merge or affiliate, they need a road map to get them to achieve operational efficiencies.
03.10.15 by Brandon Klar, Gregory Shufelt
Nursing homes are evolving to meet hospitals’ quality expectations for discharged patients.
03.09.2015 by Lola Butcher
An environment that supports community health needs is part of the path to effective population health.
03.09.2015 by Amy Eagle
Letting go of misconceptions about this function will enable boards to build stronger programs.
03.09.2015 by Maureen R., Shane Meredith
59% of hospitals have adopted a basic electronic health record
07.14.14 by Trustee StaffVIEW MORE DASHBOARD ARTICLES >
Trustees don't need a clinical background to hold staff accountable for patient safety -- their role in strategy can drive improvement.