In the post-ACA era, aligning physicians with organizational goals appears to be gaining traction in health systems and hospitals nationwide. Based on a February survey of the HealthLeaders Media Council, comprising executives from healthcare provider organizations across the country, physician alignment remains a complex challenge.
Even as value-based care continues to take effect, clinical integration or alignment is quickly emerging from a need to ensure quality, cut costs, and drive referrals across health systems and hospitals. Directly employing physicians has been one of the main strategies healthcare leaders are using to improve physician alignment with health systems.
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Frost & Sullivan’s award was bestowed on GE’s Centricity Financial Risk Manager which enables healthcare systems to reduce the cost of administering risk-based contracts, thus improving profitability and maximizing efficient workflows.
Published By: McKesson
Published Date: Jul 09, 2015
When it comes to making decisions that positively impact care delivery and business outcomes, great leaders will tell you it’s better to rely on data than on myth. Through healthcare analytics, the clinical and financial leadership at Regions Hospital in Saint Paul, Minnesota used data to do just that—and set a strong course for reliable, trusted decision-making that helps address their most pressing issues. Using strong IT systems, accompanied by a cooperative and inquisitive organizational culture that brings together clinical and financial decision makers together to address pressing issues, put Regions on the path to create powerful healthcare analytics that fuel organizational change.
The HealthLeaders Media Council is a group of 8,600+ senior healthcare executives from the nation’s leading healthcare provider organizations. They offer insights on the shifting healthcare climate so as to inform their peers and the industry-at-large of operative strategies and existing challenges.
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Some factors commonly used to explain poor operating performance do not prevent many hospitals from being highly profitable. For example, Truven Health AnalyticsTM has found that rates of uncompensated care, drug expense, and other factors do not seem to differ between unprofitable and very profitable hospitals. But factors such as Medicaid utilization rates and poor reimbursement rates do appear to impact the least profitable hospitals. One controllable factor that appears to be significant is labor productivity, with the most profitable hospitals posting the lowest labor expense per patient.
The tax on high-cost health plans, which are often referred to as Cadillac plans, is expected to impact a considerable share of the plans provided by healthcare organizations for their own employees, as much as 39% by 2020. The implications are significant because the excess-benefits tax requires the employer to pay 40% on the value of the portion of the plan that exceeds thresholds set by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Employers also need to consider that the tax is measured as a direct function of plan cost, and not actuarial plan value, and that a number of factors can drive excise-tax exposure.
What do standard best practices for radiology look like? Without them, it is impossible for a hospital to identify the strengths and weaknesses of its current radiology services and strive for improvements.
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Leaders from Beaufort Memorial Hospital and Influence Health discuss the challenges providers face and the skills they must acquire to increase patient engagement. In the coming era of accountable care, providers will finally have something to gain by actively engaging patients in taking care of their health—and a lot to lose by not doing so. Increasingly, providers will receive a fixed sum to care for each patient attributed to them by payers, and they will be able to make an overall profit only by keeping those patients as healthy as possible.
For a non-profit enterprise seeking to design effective investment portfolios for its asset pools, understanding the role of each of those asset pools is a crucial first step.
The organization's goals and exposures can impact all parts of its portfolio construction process, from initial broad decisions on risk tolerance to more targeted decisions on asset-class exposures and investment vehicle preferences.
Healthcare billing and claims handling has become increasingly complex. With the transition to Version 5010 of the HIPAA electronic transaction standards, the expansion of billing codes under ICD-10, and the ever-changing requirements of insurance companies and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), it can be nearly impossible for providers to keep up.
A decade ago, hospital leaders viewed cost containment as a distant option to that of building topline revenue through increased volumes and rates. But with the road to profitability choked off by a recession, the ACA, and double-digit increases in healthcare inflation, most have been left pursuing a flurry of initiatives to cut operational costs and maintain positive margins.
As Managed Service Organizations (MSOs) have grown, so have myths surrounding their methods. Somnia offers a fresh perspective, exposing truths, dispelling myths and helping you objectively evaluate options for improving your anesthesia management.
Read Part 1 of the Revenue Cycle Management Peer-to-Peer series authored by Cathy Dougherty, VP of Revenue Cycle Management at Gwinnett Health System. In this article, Cathy discusses how Gwinnett Hospital System handles the business side of caring by helping patients to understand and plan for what they owe, resulting in a positive and satisfying financial patient experience - See more at: http://www.relayhealth.com/solutions/financial-solutions
The consistent and accurate identification of patients has long presented a challenge for healthcare organizations across the globe. Why? Because the process of patient identification remains largely manual and persists across the entire patient journey. As such, it is highly prone to errors and can lead to serious patient harm. Automated patient identification systems are essential to correcting this long-standing problem and improving the health and well-being of patients as well as protecting the integrity of the healthcare system.
Today, IT leaders address the PC lifecycle across a continuum from control to transformation. Control is geared to optimization, while transformation focuses on the business impact of technology. Though the two approaches differ, they are not in opposition. They strive for the same goals and face similar challenges. As IT leaders provide their workforce with the tools to carry out the corporate mission, they should develop a PC lifecycle strategy that encompasses the key organizational needs of systems management, end-user productivity, business innovation and data-centric security. Read this Dell whitepaper to learn more about the findings of a recent Forrester Consulting study, “Digital Transformers Innovate, Digital Controllers Optimize”. This paper will help clarify the PC lifecycle continuum, from the basics of control to the advanced levels of transformation, so you will be better equipped to determine the needs of your organization on that spectrum.
Vous recherchez un partenaire de confiance pour votre système de gestion financière qui possède les atouts nécessaires pour accompagner votre organisation aujourd'hui et dans le futur ? Obtenez une analyse du marché, des recommandations clés pour évaluer les fournisseurs, etc. Téléchargez votre rapport gratuit du Magic Quadrant Gartner pour les solutions Cloud de gestion financière.
: Dans le paysage informatique d'aujourd'hui, de nombreuses entreprises envisagent d'adopter une solution Cloud. Mais, étant donné le nombre important d'éditeurs qui proposent des solutions SaaS, comment identifier ceux qui vous permettront de bénéficier des véritables avantages de ce modèle ? Quelles sont les caractéristiques à prendre en compte lorsque vous envisagez d'adopter une solution SaaS, et quels impacts peut-on en attendre ?
Dans ce livre blanc consultable gratuitement, vous découvrirez :
Ce qui définit le mode SaaS
Comment distinguer les fournisseurs d'une véritable solution SaaS et les autres ?
La question de la sécurité
Les économies potentielles que votre entreprise peut réaliser
Comment déterminer si votre entreprise être prête à aller vers le mode SaaS
Ce livre blanc s'adresse aussi bien aux professionnels de l'informatique qu'à toute personne cherchant à comprendre les concepts de base du SaaS.
Stellen Sie sich eine Personalleiterin vor, die eine hoch effiziente HR-Abteilung führt: Als CHRO – oder vielleicht trägt sie auch den heute schon gängigen Titel „Chief Employee Experience Officer“ – nimmt sie in nicht allzu ferner Zukunft an einer Telefonkonferenz zu den Finanzergebnissen teil. Sie unterstützt den CEO darin, zu veranschaulichen, wie neu formierte Mitarbeiterprogramme zu dem jüngsten, positiv überraschenden Unternehmensgewinn beigetragen haben. Im Anschluss stellt die Personalchefin eine Verbindung zu einem modernen Virtuality-Reality-Konferenzraum in einem Tokioter Hotel her, um ein Pressebriefing zu geben. Sie bittet die Teilnehmer (mithilfe ihres „Hearable“- Übersetzers, der sie in Echtzeit dolmetscht und der nun von jedermann diskret im Ohr getragen wird) auf Japanisch, ihre kurze Verspätung zu entschuldigen, bevor sie ihre innovativen Pläne zur Schließung von Kompetenzlücken durch kontinuierliche Schulungen am Arbeitsplatz vorstellt, die auf die gesamte Asien- Paz
Der diesjährige Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud HCM Suites enthält eine direkte Gegenüberstellung renommierter HCM-Anbieter. Hier erfahren Sie, warum das weltweit führende Forschungs- und Beratungsunternehmen Workday zum dritten Mal in Folge aufgrund der Umsetzungsfähigkeit („ability to execute“) in einer Spitzenposition im Quadranten der „Leaders“ positioniert.
Lisez le dernier « Magic Quadrant Gartner des solutions Cloud HCM » pour obtenir une comparaison objective des fournisseurs actuels et découvrir les raisons pour lesquelles Gartner a positionné Workday comme leader du quadrant pour notre capacité de mise en œuvre pour la 3e année consécutive.
Published By: Workday UK
Published Date: Nov 20, 2018
IDC’s research shows that digital leaders in Europe have the mandate from the CEO to transform their organisation and seize the opportunities this presents. In response, they are facing the challenge of driving digital transformation (DX) efforts to scale for their respective organisations, and delivering results within a short period of time.
For the purposes of this project, IDC also interviewed four Workday customers and shared their insights in the form of short case studies.
Download this whitepaper today to find out what the critical success factors were for these organisations in relation to driving enterprise wide digital transformation.
Published By: Trustpilot
Published Date: Oct 25, 2018
Online reviews have the power to make or break your business’ image and credibility. To better understand what drives people to leave reviews, whether positive or negative, we surveyed over 1,000 consumers globally and put together a report with the findings.
Download the report to learn:
• What motivates people to leave negative reviews
• What experiences most inspire positive reviews
• The long-term impact on your business of satisfying an unhappy customer
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Published By: Bluecore
Published Date: Oct 23, 2018
If you’re not one of those retailers, you’re likely busy playing catch-up to them – and that’s not a position in which anyone wants to be.
Since eCommerce began, a small handful of leaders have set the pace. They’ve innovated quickly and delivered incredibly valuable and convenient shopping experiences. And in doing so, they shaped consumer expectations.
Take Amazon. Over a decade ago, the online giant seemingly rewrote the natural laws of retail by managing to deliver more, better, faster – all with unmatched accuracy and ease. Now, consumers expect an Amazon-like experience everywhere they shop, and anything else feels subpar.