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Payment

As providers and the government try to lower healthcare costs, much of the action rests on lower reimbursement. Meanwhile, patients increasingly are reaching into their own pockets to cover their healthcare costs. They want price transparency and convenient ways to pay their bills, and providers want to maintain healthy margins. Read more about how payment innovations affect the industry.

Data Points: Demand for healthcare leadership

Data Points: Demand for healthcare leadership

Managerial positions in health and medical services are projected to grow at a far higher rate than the average for all occupations in all industries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. »

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Data Points: Data exchange still a struggle 10 years after HITECH Act

Data Points: Data exchange still a struggle 10 years after HITECH Act

Despite much progress, the industry has yet to adopt a universal way to move patient records from one care setting to another.

Data Points: Tracking the flu

Data Points: Tracking the flu

Flu activity generally occurs from October through May, with activity peaking most often in February. Here's how the 2018-19 season is shaping up.

Data Points: CHIP continues to grow, in enrollment and spending

Data Points: CHIP continues to grow, in enrollment and spending

Since it was enacted in 1997, the Children's Health Insurance Program has been largely hailed as a success and enjoyed support from both sides of the political aisle. While it got caught up in partisan bickering in late 2017, CHIP was ultimately reauthorized through 2023.

Data Points: New year, new Congress

Data Points: New year, new Congress

Unknown is how much of an impact the wave of new members will have on legislation and oversight.

Webinar: Collaborating to Improve Health Beyond the Hospital

Webinar: Collaborating to Improve Health Beyond the Hospital

After investing considerable effort in managing throughput, many hospitals and health systems today have created a more coordinated inpatient experience. But as hard as it is to create a harmonious environment within a hospital's walls, unifying patient care outside those walls is exponentially more difficult.

Data Points: More healthcare workers born (outside) the USA

Data Points: More healthcare workers born (outside) the USA

The healthcare sector continues to lead the way in hiring. A new study found more than 16% of healthcare professionals surveyed in 2016 were born outside the U.S.

Data Points: Drug overdoses, suicide taking more lives

Data Points: Drug overdoses, suicide taking more lives

Life expectancy stays relatively flat, but deaths from suicide and drug overdoses continue to climb.

Data Points: Operating margins holding up, even if occupancy isn't

Data Points: Operating margins holding up, even if occupancy isn't

A snapshot of the industry's financial and operational gauges from babyforyou.pro Metrics indicates that the average hospital is doing OK on some measures—operating margin for instance—and not so great on others, such as occupancy.

Data Points: Open season for direct contracting

Data Points: Open season for direct contracting

Open enrollment is coming to a close for most employer-sponsored health plans. Though the percentage is still small, more and more companies are turning to direct contracting in benefit design.

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