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Nancy Ham explores some of the ways healthcare CFOs are assuming different roles and perspectives as their organizations make the transition to a greater focus on population health.
Craig Richmond, vice president, revenue cycle, at the MetroHealth System, discusses his organization's strategy for revenue cycle improvement.
HFMA incoming Chair Greg Adams discusses the need for healthcare finance professionals to believe in themselves, their colleagues, and their organizations.
It is good strategy, and stewardship, to identify and develop the individuals and teams in an organization with the greatest influence on the successful implementation of strategic plans.
R. Milton Johnson, president and CEO at HCA, discusses his role an example of how finance leaders are becoming increasingly involved in operations, strategic planning, and, most important, quality.
Attention to detail can be the difference between a positive outcome and a derailed initiative.
Healthcare finance professionals can make the most of career opportunities by recognizing what they can do today to improve quality, reduce cost, and help build a better healthcare system.
John Katsianis, CPA, CFO and vice president of finance at Christian Hospital, discusses the key role of finance in setting priorities and goals for quality improvement.
In health care, as in other industries, effective leaders are those who tackle challenges with an energy that is fueled and refueled by an enjoyment of challenge.
HFMA Chair Debora Kuchka-Craig relates some memorable experiences, and lessons in life, from a recent trip to Texas in which a snow storm caused a 16-hour flight delay.
In the early 20th century, healthcare industry began to evolve to a separation of business and clinical skills. Today, however, clinical leaders require both sets of skills.
Leadership development for nurses can have a positive impact on an organization’s bottom line, particularly in light of future financial challenges.
Finance should take the lead in purchasing contract development by establishing fair prices up front, gaining physician buy-in, and developing a system of controls.
Nicholas Wolter, MD, CEO of Billings Clinic, discusses the health system's efforts to create a culture of collaboration that puts patients' needs first.
Cloud technology can help hospitals find innovative ways to capture, manage, store, and share information with potential cost savings.
Gordon Edwards, CFO at Gundersen Lutheran health System, talks about lessons learned about implementing EHR incentive payments.
Hospital CFOs play an important role in driving the economic value of their organization’s medical practices.
As the healthcare system changes, hospitals need to look at themselves with a fresh perspective.
Healthcare leaders who possess discernment and sound judgment are able to say "no" even when doing so is difficult or perhaps not politically correct.
Reforming Medicare payment through a private-public partnership would be a positive step for the future of the program.
Hospital leaders today need to engage in simultaneous modeling of all parameters and forecasts related to hospitals’ payment, volume, capital costs, and other variables.
The decisions CFOs make in the next 12 to 24 months will have a ripple effect that will go a long way in influencing how viable their organizations will be in 2015 and 2020.
Finance professionals should lead the healthcare transformation in their organizations.
Baptist Health Care significantly reduced operating expenses, improved revenue cycle processes, and increased revenue by aligning leaders' goals with financial performance.
Finance has the opportunity, and the obligation, to help its organization transform operations to improve its performance, deliver better outcomes, and lower costs.
Doug Festermaker, managing partner and executive vice president of health care, Warbird Consulting Partners, shares strategies to leverage outsourced CFO expertise to lead special projects or fill interim roles while recruiting is underway.
Lisa Schneider, CFA, managing director, non-profits & healthcare systems at Russell Investments, offers insights on today’s asset management environment and what to look for when working with a solutions provider to optimize a healthcare organization’s portfolio strategy and manage risk.
Todd W. Lillibridge, president and CEO of Lillibridge Healthcare Services Inc., and executive vice president of medical property operations at Ventas, discusses trends in healthcare real estate strategy and key considerations when choosing a partner for managing a healthcare organization's service and capital needs.
Paul Weygandt, MD, JD, vice president of physician services, talks about the importance of integrating clinical documentation improvement with patient care in real time, and how Nuance is turning the EHR into a tool valued by physicians.
Robert Reid, CEO, of Intacct discusses healthcare providers' urgent need to manage growth, and how the right cloud financial management application can make all the difference for their financial leaders.
Chris Armstrong, principal and ICD-10 practice leader for Deloitte Consulting LLP, and Steve Burrill, partner and health care provider advisory practice leader for Deloitte & Touche LLP, offer strategies to consider for determining the best path forward during the delay.
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