topic: Competitive Marketplace
As the Supreme Court prepares to announce its decision potentially affecting the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by the end of June 2021, here's what providers of ACA-qualified health plans should know.
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.
Your projected telehealth use will also impact your future facility needs, and you will want to plan accordingly.
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.
By seeking to directly hear the voice of your patients, based on the types and qualities of the services you provide, your ACO will be much better prepared to improve your patient experience and satisfaction.
Forward-looking health care organizations realize that physician engagement is key to their clinical and financial performance.
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
Whether you’re about to undertake a restructure or it’s on the horizon, how can you be sure it goes well? You’re more likely to achieve a successful restructuring when adhering to these five critical steps.
All-Payer Claims Databases (APCDs) offer considerable potential, yet what is their ultimate value? What can states with new APCDs, such as California, learn from one another as they build them? And how can health care organizations in these states best prepare to be part of an APCD?
With enterprise portfolio management (EPM), large projects are centrally evaluated to determine overall progress and effectiveness, actual project spend versus budget, and continued alignment with the larger, strategic objectives of the organization.
As primary care practitioners consider participating in the Primary Care First (PCF) initiative, it will be prudent to determine their practice’s tolerance to assume the financial risk for population management, as well as broadly assess their readiness to deliver comprehensive primary care to achieve PCF's targets.