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Interviewed physicians indicated they were willing to have conversations with patients and their families around healthcare cost and coverage, but felt inadequately prepared to do so due to the vast array of plans and provisions that exist today.
Healthcare leaders have a data problem. The sophistication and breadth of available healthcare workforce data continues to expand, but using that data in an effective way to make informed decisions is as difficult as ever.
As we wait to learn about the future of the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”), what’s not known at this time is the potential impact of proposed changes on the continued operation of the CMS “Open Payments” database.
We believe organizations throughout the U.S. are struggling with the data involved in credentialing, privileging, and provider enrollment--this edition of Provider Advisor examines organizations developing effective solutions to data challenges in these areas.
The times we live in call for a more active role in our personal safety and that of hospital patients and staff to be prepared for an active shooter.
HealthStream’s Second Opinions Podcast features Dick Finnegan, the CEO of C-Suite Analytics and the author of four books, including the best seller The Power of Stay Interviews. Dick suggests using five stay interview questions to identify the changes employees really want.
HealthStream’s Second Opinions Podcast features Dick Finnegan, the CEO of C-Suite Analytics and the author of four books, including the best seller The Power of Stay Interviews. Dick suggests using stay interviews to identify the changes employees really want.
There’s a growing need for providers to have meaningful conversations with patients and their families about out-of-pocket costs for care and service. But many providers find themselves unprepared to have such discussions.
Looking at healthcare in 2017 and beyond, it’s likely that the worlds of physicians and post-acute care are going to be seriously disrupted.
Healthcare executives are moving beyond a decade consumed by CMS mandates and are fixing their sights on succeeding in the healthcare marketplace of the future. The rise of Millennials in the workforce and the position of the CHRO are two important developments to watch.
HealthStream’s Second Opinions Podcast features Dick Finnegan, the CEO of C-Suite Analytics and the author of four books, including the best seller The Power of Stay Interviews. Dick works with companies seeking to understand what makes employees tick and what makes good employees stay.
The HealthStream100 were asked to rate the degree (on a five-point scale) to which they believe selected healthcare issues may be significant challenges for healthcare leaders in 2017.
In our first installment of the Second Opinions Podcast, Dr. Miles Snowden, the Chief Medical Officer at TeamHealth, also shares his personal insights about MACRA, its effect on patient experience, and some upsides of the program.
As a top leader at Mercy Health, Linda Knodel spends a good deal of her time preparing her organization for the healthcare industry of the future. She sees a need to better manage patient care, especially what is increasingly being delivered in the non-acute or home environment.
In our first installment of the Second Opinions Podcast, Dr. Miles Snowden, the Chief Medical Officer at TeamHealth, also shares personal insight on the Quality Payment Program.