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Manually enrolling a single provider in a health plan can take anywhere from 3 months to 12 months. Delays in provider enrollment are extremely costly. Every month enrollment is delayed, physician practice groups and health systems lose an average of $100,000...
Purchasing blood has become more challenging than ever, due to supplier consolidations and shortages of platelets and rare blood types. As a result, skillful negotiation of blood service contracts is essential to meeting your health system’s needs...
In November 2019, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published Price Transparency Requirements for Hospitals to Make Standard Charges Public Final Rule (the Final Rule, effective January 1, 2021). According to CMS, the current lack of...
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The modern American health system is an extremely complex environment characterized by a state of constant flux. Driven by both healthcare reform and technological innovation, financial pressures are changing the way care is delivered. As a result
Contracts store some of a health system’s most valuable information. While the basic terms and conditions they contain are carefully designed and negotiated, contracts can subsequently remain locked away, whether in paper or digital form.
Skilled negotiators are like musical virtuosos. They have an extensive repertoire of tactics from which to draw, and they know
when and how to make them a part of their performance. But negotiating healthcare contracts for capital