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Message to Providers: Expect More Pricing Scrutiny

Healthcare finance leaders should review their organizations’ cost structure to ensure that their healthcare spending consistently adds value to patient care.

Jeff Helton,  PHD, FHFMA, CMA, CFE January 10, 2017

Healthcare Innovation: What’s the Return on Value?

Healthcare finance leaders have an opportunity in 2017 to shape the future for U.S. health care by helping populations, organizations, and individuals to thrive.

Daniel R. Verdon January 9, 2017

The Surgeon General’s Call to Action: Time to Face Addiction

With the publication of the Surgeon General’s report on addiction in America, it is time for healthcare leaders to recognize the impact of addiction on healthcare costs.

Joseph J. Fifer, FHFMA, CPA December 19, 2016

Another Year of Thriving and Resiliency

Healthcare finance leaders have an opportunity in 2017 to shape the future for U.S. health care by helping populations, organizations, and individuals to thrive.

Mary Mirabelli, FHFMA December 19, 2016

The ACA—and Other Healthcare Issues Confronting a New Congress

Republicans have promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act when Congress convenes in 2017, but they have other healthcare considerations to address, as well. 

Gail R Wilensky, PhD December 19, 2016

A Framework for Predicting the Trump Administration’s Health Policy Moves

Considered unpredictable by many, the policies of President-elect Donald Trump’s administration are beginning to take shape in health care.

Ken Perez December 19, 2016

Connecting Executive Pay to Performance

Given the availability of clinical data, population health data, and financial data, it is now possible to determine if executive compensation plans are driving or blocking organizational performance.

Ethics: Marty Martin November 10, 2016
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