Did you ever wonder where to find an expert on the hot topic du jour? Check out our chapter members who have shared their knowledge by writing articles for hfm magazine. In November, we published articles from the following HFMA members:
Karen Wagner, First Illinois Chapter, healthcare freelance writer, Forest Lake, Ill., "5 Ways to Attract the Most Highly Qualified Travel Nurses"
M. Orry Jacobs, Northeast Ohio Chapter, senior advisor, DBC Advisors, LLC, Miami, "Health Insurance Exchanges Bring Potential Opportunities"
Patrick J. Kitchen, First Illinois Chapter, partner, McGladrey LLP, Chicago, "Perspectives on Medical Malpractice Self-Insurance Financial Reporting"
Todd Fitz, First Illinois Chapter, vice president in the physician strategy practice, Kaufman, Hall & Associates, Inc., Skokie, Ill. "Are Your Physician-Integration Strategies Sustainable?"
Daniel M. Grauman, Metropolitan Philadelphia Chapter, president and CEO, DGA Partners, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., "The Urge to Merge"
Scott Clay, Georgia Chapter, director, Navigant Healthcare, Suwanee, Ga., "Outlook for Independent Community Hospitals: Uncertain"
Jeff Anderson, Georgia Chapter, managing partner, SCI Solutions, Inc., Campbell, Calif., "Distressed Industries: Lessons for U.S. Health Care"
John Redding, MD, First Illinois Chapter, manager, physician-hospital alilgnment, Blue Consulting Services, LLC, Indianapolis, "4 Pitfalls to Clinical Integration"
William O. Cleverly, PhD, Central Ohio Chapter, president Ceverly & Associates, Inc., Worthington, Ohio and James O. Cleverly, Central Ohio Chapter, principal, Cleverley & Associates, Inc., Worthington, Ohio, "Equity Versus Adequacy of Managed Care Contracts"
William B. Weeks, MD, FHFMA, New Hampshire-Vermont Chapter, professor, The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Lebanon, N.H., "Cap and Trade: A Mechanism to Reduce Healthcare Costs"
Publication Date: Thursday, November 29, 2012