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With a growing number of nurses retiring, it's the perfect time to make a change. Marie Katz explains how a new model at Inova Health System led to projected labor savings of $10M a year—without compromised care quality.
Health plans focused on member engagement have largely missed the mark in improving member relations in a retail market. Russell Davis explains where to focus your efforts instead.
To truly transform care delivery, population health managers have to develop three key competencies. Megan Clark explains.
Dan Diamond explains what interoperability is, why it’s so important, and what it will take to achieve it.
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Ever see a doctor talking down to a nurse? Know a specialist who refuses to answer pages? As Brendan McGinty explains, these behaviors are much more common than flying scalpels but often overlooked.
The more a patient interacts with his primary care physician, the more likely he is to stick with that PCP, right? In a new blog post, Anna Yakovenko debunks this and other long-held beliefs about PCP loyalty.
After injuring his ankle, Brian Contos decided to try out a system-affiliated urgent care clinic in his area. What followed was a lesson in the obstacles to coordinated care delivery.
As more and more institutions lean on strategic planners for new product and service development, many planners are asking how best to structure innovation efforts with limited resources. Alicia Daugherty offers three recommendations to help.
We asked over 150 CXOs to rank a range of “to dos” by importance to their organization. While the top themes weren't surprising, the way CXOs want to approach them is. Ben Umansky explains.
May 4, 2015 | The Wall Street Journal
“It’s a little early to declare victory on ACOs, to be honest,” said Chas Roades, chief research officer at The Advisory Board Company. “But I think you’ll see more health systems step into the ACO program as they fill out the spectrum of options.”
May 4, 2015 | Vox
"We're talking about larger, more sophisticated health systems," says Chas Roades, chief research officer at hospital consulting firm the Advisory Board. "For those who don't have any experience in managing risk, I don't think you'd want to leap in at the Pioneer scale."
April 30, 2015 | Kaiser Health News
Such results mean hospitals and doctors “are thinking much more holistically” about care, not just focusing on their own roles, said Rob Lazerow, a practice manager at The Advisory Board Company who consults with hospitals on payment reform.
With CMS set to release its final decision on lung cancer screening soon, our Imaging Performance Partnership team compiled answers to frequently asked questions about screening reimbursement, eligibility, data registries, and shared decision making.
Interventional cardiology presents an enticing expansion opportunity for many organizations, but the capital requirements are often a challenge for smaller hospitals. Our Marketing and Planning Leadership Council researchers explain how they helped one member decide whether to invest.
One of our members asked us to help with agenda development. The Physician Executive Council's Amanda Berra suggested discussion questions in four categories.
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