• Compensation Planning

    5 Ways Compensation Planning Can Improve Employee Retention

    For most healthcare organizations, their greatest expense—and greatest differentiator—is their employees. In this paper, we look at the role compensation can play in supporting employee retention and suggest ways healthcare organizations can use a strong compensation strategy to reduce employee turnover.
  • Patient Access Staff Improve Revenue Cycle

    Working with Patient Access Staff to Improve Revenue Cycle Performance

    Patient Access representatives hold more responsibility and expectations than ever before, yet in many hospitals, there is no dedicated training for these staff members. This lack of training can lead to front-end errors and ultimately denied claims, costing your organization both time and money. Download the article to learn how to improve your revenue cycle outcomes.
  • care continuum

    Solving the Retention Problem Across the Care Continuum

    What are some of the tools that organizations across the care continuum can adopt in their efforts to improve retention? Download the article to learn more.
  • data defenders

    Data Defenders: Creating a Risk-Aware Culture

    Healthcare continues to come under attack by cyber-criminals. Often, their first target is employees, as they offer the most direct path to sensitive data. Download this article and learn how to train your staff to become a security asset, not a security liability.
  • conflicts of interest

    Conflicts of Interest: Reducing Risk in the Age of Full Disclosure

    Conflicts of Interest (COI) exists when a person could derive personal benefit from actions or decisions made in his or her official capacity. Download this article to discover how a COI scandal damaged the reputation of a leading medical journal and a once-highly admired pharmaceutical company, costing the company over $5 billion in settlements.
  • workplace data

    Workplace Data Collection Advances and Improves Healthcare Hiring Outcomes

    Workforce data, and finding ways to analyze, evaluate, and integrate it into business functions, is not new but is becoming more important in healthcare today. In this article, see how using data can build effective hiring, development, and leadership practices for your organization.
  • workforce trends

    Workforce Trends Shaping Healthcare

    The healthcare industry continue to evolve and this year is no different. This article breaks down the workforce trends that are affecting healthcare.
  • healthcare alert

    Is Your Organization Compliant with the New CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule?

    The 2016 CMS Emergency Preparedness rule establishes new national requirements for Medicare and Medicaid participating providers and suppliers to ensure those facilities are able to adequately plan for and respond to both natural and man-made disasters. Medicare-certified healthcare providers and suppliers were required to comply and implement all regulations by November 16, 2017. Download this resource to learn about the new rules and to see if your organization is compliance according to the new standards.
  • Ten Trends that are Redefining Healthcare eBook

    Ten Trends That Are Redefining Healthcare

    The healthcare industry is in a time of great uncertainty, but also great innovation. Join Robin Rose, Vice President Healthcare Resource Group at HealthStream, as she breaks down the ten trends will redefine healthcare.
  • MACRA and MIPS

    MACRA and MIPS: Are You Leaving Money on the Table?

    In a recent survey of healthcare executives, nearly two-thirds said they were unprepared or even very unprepared for the Quality Payment Program prescribed by MACRA (Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act). Download this resource to find several steps you can take to avoid a potential negative Medicare payment adjustment under MACRA’s Quality Payment Program.
  • reimbursements at risk

    Reimbursements at Risk: Preventing Errors from Patient Access to Discharge

    According to the American College of Healthcare Executives, the top three revenue cycle problems across all healthcare organizations are Medicare reimbursement, the timeliness of Medicaid reimbursement, and bad debt. Since these issues remain largely outside the control of providers, organizations need to direct resources where they can make a positive and significant difference.
  • improved outcomes with leadership development

    How Avera Health Used Leadership Development to Improve Outcomes

    Leadership development training is essential to employee retention and new leader development. Read how Christine Buell of Avera Health implemented a leadership development program that improved outcomes throughout her organization.

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