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Radiology: Hospitals' biggest opportunity needs a quality standard

November 2, 2015 | Becker’s Hospital Review
The Advisory Board Company expects that total radiology spend will increase by 9% year-over-year through 2018.

Uber teams with Voalte to get you to doctor appointments

November 12, 2015 | Herald-Tribune
Poor health care coordination costs the nation as much as $45 billion per year—and health care providers are increasingly on the hook for this staggering bill, according to The Advisory Board Company, a consulting firm dealing with health care and education organizations.

White House pushing ACA enrollment with ‘Healthy Communities’

November 6, 2015 | MedCity News
Cities marked with an asterisk are in states that chose not to expand Medicaid, according to The Advisory Board Company, leaving millions without access to insurance subsidies. Note that Tennessee is considering expansion, while Michigan and Pennsylvania have equivalent, alternative plans to widen insurance coverage among low-income residents.

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News Releases

EAB™ Honors Three Innovators in Student Success at Annual Summit

October 27, 2015
EAB, a division of The Advisory Board Company, announced today that it selected three universities to receive 2015 Student Success Collaborative™ Awards. The Awards recognize institutions and leaders who embrace technology and implement innovative ideas that help more students persist and graduate. The Awards were announced at the Student Success Collaborative's Annual Summit, CONNECTED™.

High-Deductible Health Plans Propel Sweeping Change in How Providers Collect for Care

October 28, 2015
Hospitals and health systems more than doubled their annual point-of-service collections revenue over the past four fiscal years (FY), in large part a response to the rise of high-deductible health plans (HDHPs), according to The Advisory Board Company's latest Revenue Cycle Survey. However, there is still a substantial gap between high performers and the recommended collection levels for sustained financial stability.

Despite Limited Resources, Hospitals Show Strong Commitment to Antibiotic Stewardship Programs

October 29, 2015
New survey data announced today by The Advisory Board Company highlight how hospitals and health systems have made headway in establishing antibiotic stewardship programs (ASPs) despite resource limitations and a lack of frontline physician involvement. Within the past five years, 70% of respondents added an ASP – and 35% started programs within the past two years.

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