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<div>Kaufman Hall and HFMA explored the powerful performance improvement strategies discovered in the third annual State of Healthcare Performance Improvement: <i>Strategy, Technology, and Tactics </i>survey. These strategies will position ...
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Kaufman Hall registration code: ADSFSPON<br><br>Join Kaufman Hall and Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) to explore powerful performance improvement strategies discovered in the third annual <i>State of Healthcare Performanc...
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On Demand Webinar | Basic | Finance and Business Strategy
Most healthcare financial leaders are privy to the challenges uncompensated care poses and how greatly in can control a provider's bottom line. While it's often difficult to avoid completely, there are strategies you can put in place to pro...
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At Children's Health in Dallas, Texas, a team of financial leaders have started the journey towards an advanced planning and costing approach for their organization's financial planning, analytics and performance management. Children's Heal...
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Understand how your decisions impact the delivery of quality care with HFMA's Business of Health Care online program.<br><br>No matter your role in healthcare, this online program is designed to provide essential context around the business...
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Tools & Tips | Finance and Business Strategy

What to know before rolling out a PSHP

Tools & Tips | Finance and Business Strategy

What to know before rolling out a PSHP

Health system leaders interested in rolling out a PSHP should be aware of the following considerations:

  • Start with a clear sense of the outlook for the PSHP.
  • Know the steps to take to ensure the success of such an effort.
  • Recognize that the capabilities and competencies needed to start a PSHP are significant, and that they often fall outside healthcare leaders’ traditional skill sets and the organization’s cultural predisposition. 
  • Understand substantial investments in capital and talent acquisition, data analytics capabilities and care management are required, as well as the structural changes to align interests equitably on the payer and provider side.

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