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Evaluate your healthcare contract management program with these KPIs.How can you measure your healthcare organization’s contract management performance? Contracts directly impact revenue and prevent financial, legal, and compliance risk, so it’s essential that your...
More than 2 million children living in the U.S. have rare or complex illnesses requiring specialized medical care that is available only at a limited number of pediatric healthcare organizations. . Children with medical complexity (CMC) have multiple significant...
The COVID-19 pandemic has created the greatest financial crisis in history for healthcare organizations. A report from the American Hospital Association (AHA) estimates a total impact of $202.6 billion resulting from COVID-19 expenses and lost revenue for...
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While hospitals and health systems have gotten better at promoting healthy habits and preventive strategies for common threats to individual and population health, they have struggled to maintain their own financial wellbeing. This is worrisome because most health industry experts believe today’s trends pose significant threats to healthcare entities already wrestling with shrinking margins.
Credentialing is one of many quality management tools that healthcare organizations implement to monitor patient safety. While most will agree that it plays a valuable role in establishing and governing high-quality provider networks, very few appreciate its impact on strategic growth opportunities, revenue cycle management, and data integrity.
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, health systems are realizing that to have a reasonable discussion about value, they must evolve operational processes