It's no secret how the rise in high deductible health plans and the self-pay population has impacted your bottom line. But can you connect improving a patient's experience to improving the financial health of your organization?
You've posted your chargemaster online to stay compliant with the CMS price transparency rule. Now what? Your patients don't understand what chargemaster prices actually are, so they can't benefit — but your competitors do. Compliance has consequences — turn transparency to your advantage before it becomes a liability.
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. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has adopted an innovative population health management strategy that is helping them build a better healthcare system outside the hospital, driving a transformational shift in patient care delivery.
Healthcare is in a state of constant change. With the high rate of regulatory change, industry consolidation and new business models for care delivery, forward-thinking healthcare organizations are focused on promoting innovation across all operations. Hear from healthcare leaders about how they have embraced innovation to improve their outcomes while ensuring high quality care for their patients.
As hospitals evolve to adapt to value-based, patient-centered models, so must their supply management strategy. This webinar will discuss the cultural and operational transformation that is required to ensure your supply strategy is aligned with your organization's quality and financial goals.
Health systems have to make sure their providers are aligned with current evidence-based best practices, clinical guidelines and protocols. This webinar will discuss the significance of clinical reference resources in driving standardization, and explore how healthcare leaders are ensuring clinicians are equipped to provide high-quality, standardized care.
In today's rapidly evolving healthcare environment, running a successful acute rehab program is more challenging than ever. At the same time, as providers shift to value-based care, post-acute treatment is playing an increasingly important role in ensuring positive outcomes.
Successful care delivery is about delivering efficient and effective care. Many health systems address these goals separately- teams that work on efficiency and other teams that work on clinical effectiveness. In reality, careful attention to clinical standards in care delivery is one of the most powerful levers to drive efficiency.
Reducing variation in care is now more important than ever, and can impact tens of millions of dollars in savings while improving outcomes and efficiencies. Yet, despite varied recommendations, truly sustainable strategies are still elusive. It's time to rethink common avenues of standardization to leverage the skills, experience, and perspectives of all team members.
The transition to value-based care is creating new opportunities and challenges for health systems. TriHealth has been a pioneer on this journey by investing in the people, processes and technology that have enabled them to get started and to scale their efforts. This webinar will share TriHealth's story, including how they began and how they will chart their path forward in 2018 and beyond.
Join this webinar to learn about why post-acute care collaboration is imperative to ensure effective clinical transitions, network formation/deployment, collaboration models (Adventist and KRS stories) and defining what success looks like for your care transition network.