topic: Change Management
With President Biden now officially in office, the focus in health care turns to what he plans to accomplish. Let’s look at likely short-term and potential near-term and long-term changes in health care over the next few months and years, and who will be most likely affected.
The deadline for payers to comply with new interoperability rules is looming. Look past the technical aspects, focus on four key areas, and use compliance as a catalyst for deepening your patient relationships.
Incrementally working to enhance your care coordination can positively contribute to the long-term success of your organization.
The hospital’s CFO and financial team should be regularly communicating with clinical leadership to detail the dynamics of the system’s finances and care and solicit one another’s support during Covid19.
Based on the clinic’s new emphasis on COVID-19 safety and communication, with data-driven metrics and dashboards guiding the way, the department has been able to successfully return to 80 percent of its prior daily patient volume.
By using some of the patient input strategies outlined here, providers and health plans can potentially mitigate the business challenges of health care consumerism and help shape a more cost-effective, value-based health system that benefits all stakeholders involved.
What’s behind employees’ hesitancy toward change management in health care? How can leaders help their employees understand and sustain such changes? By understanding the most common reasons people object to changes and proactively taking steps up-front to address such resistance, health care leaders will more likely and consistently achieve change management success
How can organizations more consistently enjoy the benefits of superior program management? Start by avoiding these five leading program management pitfalls and instead embracing best practices.
Many questions arise with a merger or affiliation: Will departments and staffs be combined, will there be a consolidation of the systems used, and will there be opportunities to create a shared services model? Ultimately, how do you ensure merger or affiliation success? Here are seven detail-oriented steps to consider.
Is Your Health Care Project Headed the Wrong Way? By Zaida S. Aronovsky & Chet Stagnaro
Just because a major project is treading new ground does not mean it is destined for failure. By knowing the warning signs of a troubled project, you can intervene more quickly and effectively. Based on our more than 45 combined years of experience rescuing faltering projects, here are five of the most common red flags – and what you can do about them.
While most health care organizations do well updating policies and processes to support cultural transformation, they often struggle with encouraging corresponding staff behaviors to support it. Organizations seeking successful changes to support strategic goals and cultural transformation need behaviors that align with their efforts.