Appraisals and Valuation: Get—and Keep—Your House in Order 
In order to appropriately value assets, healthcare organizations must strive for efficiency in operations.

Clinical Documentation Improvement: Emerging Trends Across the Care Continuum  
The best patient care must be paired with full clinical documentation in order to serve both the patient and the healthcare organization.

Clinical Integration: A Strategy for Effective Population Health Management 
Clinically integrated networks provide a competitive advantage in a rapidly-changing healthcare system.

Facilities Design: The Shape of Things to Come in Health Care
Preventive care must be the focus of healthcare facilities design in a changing healthcare system.

Financial Services: Hospitals Feel the Squeeze from All Sides
Changes in healthcare legislation are forcing hospitals to change the way they look at both patient care and the revenue cycle.

Mergers and Acquisitions: Strategy Takes Precedence Over Scale
Although the promise of economies of scale has played a crucial role in mergers and acquisitions, strategic positioning also is key as health systems look to grow.

Payment and Reimbursement: Learning from Experience
The move to value-based models of payment have caused healthcare organizations to look at alternative payment methods and consider their options.

Physician Compensation: Using Metrics to Create a Culture of Value
Programs with a focus on results are changing the way hospitals and physician groups interact and do business together.

Revenue Cycle Management: Maintaining Structure and Flexibility for Success
Efficient revenue cycle management is integral to a healthcare organization’s success as new healthcare reform initiatives emerge.

Technology and Innovation: The Foundation of Change
Value-based care and population health management initiatives call for healthcare organizations to thoughtfully invest in innovative technology.

Publication Date: Friday, March 10, 2017