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Financial, clinical, and administrative leaders identify key strategies to drive healthcare value.
Improve your revenue cycle performance through standard metrics, peer comparison, and successful practices.
New HFMA research shows value-driving practices for specific hospital types.
Susan Goetzinger, CFO at Riverton Memorial Hospital in Wyoming, discusses leadership and healthcare reform.
Hospital financial executives will be even more important in the next decade than they have been in the last, says Ian Morrison, author, consultant, and futurist.
Baptist Health Care significantly reduced operating expenses, improved revenue cycle processes, and increased revenue by aligning leaders' goals with financial performance.
Finance professionals should lead the healthcare transformation in their organizations.
Incoming chair Debora Kuchka-Craig reflects on the ways healthcare finance professionals are stepping up to meet today's challenges.
See the steps that healthcare organizations should take to ensure that younger generations will be motivated to become leaders in health care.
Numerous hospitals and health systems have adopted matrix organizational models in an effort to increase efficiency and reduce costs. But sometimes the opposite occurs.
Three healthcare organizations show how they forged a common understanding between clinical and financial leaders for measurable performance improvement.
A mentoring protégé discusses his career-enhancing experience.
Providers should include all healthcare industry stakeholders, including payers, in discussions of how to meet industry challenges. Diversity is important, given the reform-related changes ahead.
Henry J. Franey, executive vice president and CFO at the University of Maryland Medical System, discusses the role of finance in an organizational merger.
A tireless advocate for change, Maureen Bisognano shares her views on why healthcare CFOs should sit at the table with CEOs and clinical staff to discuss new ways to improve health care.
The right choices regarding staffing models, compensation, and type of anesthesia provider a hospital or health system needs can control anesthesia subsidy costs and keep surgical units strong.
CFOs should take the lead and pursue a greater strategic role in helping their boards deliberate on compensation issues.
HFMA's chair tells why "failing to plan is planning to fail."
Finance has the opportunity, and the obligation, to help its organization transform operations to improve its performance, deliver better outcomes, and lower costs.
In preparing for healthcare reform, hospital leaders may be tempted to procrastinate, but one man's story suggests that inaction can lead to unexpected consequences.
Leading a healthcare organization is like taking a road trip. Here are seven steps to help your organizational journey lead to success.
Finance needs to lead the healthcare innovation effort.
"I look forward and see no good news." I heard this quote recently from the CFO of a large, successful healthcare system.
Great leaders create the future of their organizations. That is a tall order for any company in the 21st century and quite challenging in health care.
We're living through a once in a lifetime period in which profound changes are reshaping how we live, how we do business, and how we plan for the future.
We need to stop the bleeding, get back to basics, get the right team and culture in place, hedge our bets, and when all else fails, hope we have some good luck.
There are five key areas in which healthcare organizations can better foster the development of strong leaders among their employees.
Healthcare leaders are bravely facing a unique convergence of challenges. It's as if they have been stricken by the purported curse "May you live in interesting times."
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