Harris Affinity Decision Support can help healthcare leaders identify meaningful areas for improvement
Improve your healthcare organization by leveraging advanced cost, performance, reimbursement and profitability data to inform and drive critical financial, operational and clinical decision-making.
Creative solutions to tackling top challenges in healthcare: 3 key insights
In this roundtable, several healthcare leaders shared lessons they learned navigating through major challenges due to COVID-19 including data security concerns, high rates of burnout and workforce shortages.
How the CEO of Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Co. aims to upend the PBM model
W hen Alexander Oshmyansky, MD, PhD, pitched the idea of a not-for-profit drug company that would undercut drugmakers’ excessively priced pharmaceuticals, he was soundly rejected by potential backers, attracting no outside money. But on the advice to try to create a for-profit company instead, and with the later backing of Mark Cuban, things started to happen.…
Simon’s ensures the highest recovery rates and adheres to strict compliance standards
Find out how this debt collection services provider ensures its clients are updated on changes in state and federal compliance and law, while also leveraging digital components and maintaining the latest technology.
How the patient financial experience impacts loyalty
Healthcare organization leaders from across the country share insight on creating patient financial experiences that drive payment while protecting patient retention in this roundtable.
How managed care contracting strategies promote operational resilience
Read this article for an in depth look on several strategic steps for healthcare leaders to take to benefit their organization's managed care contracting.
Enterprisewide physician advisor programs are key to improving costs and revenue cycle performance
Making sure physicians understand the financial implications of how they document their care is critical to a health system’s financial sustainability.
David Johnson: Academic medicine, where privilege compounds dysfunction
Academic medicine combines healthcare with higher education, the two U.S. economic sectors that have exhibited outsized cost growth over the past 50 years. The result is a stunning disconnection between academic medical center (AMC) business practices and the supply-demand dynamics reshaping healthcare delivery. Market, technological and regulatory forces are pushing the healthcare industry to deliver…