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By Jonathan Killion
Fresh thinking and deep analysis can help you fend off competition and be ready for opportunities.
By Janessa Welch
Hospital markup policies that set prices for medical supplies and pharmaceuticals can vary significantly across the country, leading to large variances in drug and supply charges.
A conversation with Boston University’s Ioannis Paschalidis by Lauren Phillips
Researchers have developed software that reduces readmissions and hospitalizations by flagging patients for increased risk of medical emergencies based on EHR data.
By Laura Ramos Hegwer
CFOs should consider patient volume, potential partners, and startup costs—which can be $15 million to $25 million—when evaluating a provider-sponsored health plan.
From our sponsor Kaufman, Hall & Associates
By Jeff Goldstein
Access to actionable data presented in well-structured reports and dashboard formats optimizes decision-making.
By Carl Couch
Local solutions that deliver high-value care and create healthier populations are helping hospitals and health systems balance volume versus value challenges.
By William Marty Martin
Healthcare leaders can use a decision-making model to identify possible ethical dilemmas at the intersection of health care and lobbying.
An Interview with Bob Ebel by Ed Avis
By bringing post-acute care into patient homes, home health services are reducing readmissions by 31 percent and overall healthcare costs by 24 percent.
By Rich Daly
Contrary to expectations, there is no immediate turnaround in the finances of acquired hospitals, according to an HFMA and Deloitte study.
Finance at a Glance
The community benefits provided by not-for-profit hospitals outweigh the federal tax revenue that is not collected from these organizations.