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New HFMA research shows value-driving practices for specific hospital types.
In Illinois, major stakeholders are collaborating to reduce the state's high rate of readmissions. The goal: to achieve upper-quartile performance on readmissions by improving care delivery, transitions, discharge, and more.
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A profile of HFMA Chair Steven P. Rose, FHFMA, CPA, provides insight into his views on leadership and his vision for HFMA and the healthcare industry as reflected in his theme, “whatever it takes."
The Institute of Medicine's Dr. Michael McGinnis offers a perspective on the nation's progress in achieving the best health care at lower cost.
Many providers are seeking to improve the value of care by implementing standardized clinical practice guidelines aimed at reducing variations in care, avoiding complications, and lowering costs.
Bon Secours Virginia Health System developed an intensive seven-hour course for finance professionals on value.
By identifying unnecessary spend and changing expensive clinical practice patterns, a four-hospital system achieved nearly $2 million in pharmacy cost savings.
Healthcare executives face an escalating demand under healthcare reform to extract the greatest possible value from their organizations’ IT resources.
By improving clinical documentation, successful adoption of ICD-10 can enhance a healthcare organization’s quality scores and revenues.
Academic medical centers should research and embrace new approaches to financing, operations, and governance to become more cost efficient and profitable in an era of reform.
From the Chair: Steve Rose shares some thoughts on his theme for the 2013-2014 year and his chairmanship.
From the Editor: As healthcare providers make major improvements to quality and efficiency, the level of investment will make the difference between modest change and breakthrough results.
Washington: MedPAC recommends reducing payment to provider-based physicians as value-based payment demands tighter clinical integration.
Business Intelligence: Differences exist between the gatekeepers of early HMOs and patient-centered medical homes and between ACOs and managed care.
Healthcare Value: Healthcare organizations are challenged today to find effective ways to communicate their quality performance to stakeholders.
From the President: Joe shares his thoughts on performance improvement as part of the DNA of finance professionals.
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