The attribution process, which identifies the physician responsible for a patient's care, can lead to pushback.READ MORE >
Today's patients may be more empowered, but they are less able to pay for their care.READ MORE >
Before a hospital takes on this new care model, trustees must ask management three questions.READ MORE >
Here's a fresh look at this traditional revenue source.
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As the insurance marketplace becomes increasingly driven by consumers, transparency and quality are put at a premium.
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Hospitals that want to deliver better outcomes at lower cost must develop meaningful, mutually supportive relationships with their physicians.
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The two groups undergo vastly different training and come from very different viewpoints. Understanding the chasm and building trust are critical for working together.
02.17.15 by Jeff Goldsmith
Physicians and administrators can take six actions each to better engage with one another.
02.10.15 by Todd Kislak
The convergence of several factors is leading to an era of accelerated innovation in health care information technology.
02.12.15 by John Glaser Ph.D.
Attribution, the process of assigning patients to physicians in population health programs, aims to answer that question
02.09.2015 by John Morrissey
High-touch and high-tech strategies can strengthen the bond with patients
02.09.2015 by Charlotte Huff
Market-changing entities are ready to compete on population health
02.09.2015 by Michael J. Finnerty, James W. Blake
How does your organization's revenue cycle compare to that of other hospitals?
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