Maintaining operational viability in today’s evolving health care landscape demands a service line strategy that positions your organization as a market leader in delivering the best outcomes at the most efficient costs.
Welcome back! Well that was a nice break, but it is time to get to back to work in Washington! September is going to be a potentially HUGE month in health policy. We are looking at possible legislative advances on big issues like drug prices, surprise bills and (hopefully) a delay of Medicaid DSH cuts before the Oct. 1 deadline.
Increasing turnover among U.S. nurses has prompted hospitals and health systems to consider programmatic and cultural changes to mitigate, address and prevent its pervasive effects. These effects include poor provider wellness, reduced productivity, high job burnout, early retirement and reduced quality of care.
One of the key strategic questions facing hospitals and physician groups today is whether to be part of a health care system. Across the industry, the ongoing flurry of merger and acquisition activity keeps health care providers evaluating if this strategy is the right one for them.
In addition to caring for critically ill patients, caregivers and support staff are battling changes to workload, shortages in necessary PPE and concern for the safety of their own families; all leaving them vulnerable to extreme stress.
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