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Financial Risk Management in Health Care

Assuming business risk is part of the new healthcare marketplace. Healthcare risk management requires new approaches and insights and forward-looking thinking in rapidly changing circumstances. What is your risk management plan?

Patient Engagement

Patient Inducements — High Graft or High Value?

Can health care be more like Uber and Lyft?

New Marketplace
New Risk, New Business Models

Focusing on High-Cost Patients — The Key to Addressing High Costs?

A focus on high-cost patients may not only fail to contain health care spending, but it may also help to entrench the status quo.

Hood02 Panel Clip Still: What's the Business Case for Promoting Wellness?

Care Redesign
Relentless Reinvention

What’s the Business Case for Promoting Wellness?

…and how do you educate people to want it?

New Marketplace
New Risk, New Business Models

Getting Real about Health Care Costs — A Broader Approach to Cost Stewardship in Medical Education

In the next era of cost-stewardship education, future and current physicians will have to be taught to reduce spending across the care continuum.

Eddie Greene04 Panel Clip Still: Financial Stewardship - Managing for Population Health or Volume, Not Both

Leadership

Manage for Population Health or Volume — Not Both

If you’re doing the right thing to transform care delivery, your organization can bear the cost.

New Marketplace
New Risk, New Business Models

How a Tertiary Care Academic Endoscopy Center Used Time-Driven, Activity-Based Costing to Improve Value

Brigham and Women’s Hospital implemented time-driven activity-based costing (TDABC) methodology to better understand the complex non-operating-room setting of the endoscopy center for the purpose of improving resource management and practice care design.

New Marketplace
New Risk, New Business Models

Improve Quality, Control Spending, Maintain Access — Can the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System Deliver?

Under MACRA, the MIPS payment plan grants much discretion to clinicians. The result may be unintended practice responses that require adjustments from CMS.

Benjamin Chu Talk Still: The Boom and Bust of Managed Care

Care Redesign
Relentless Reinvention

The Boom and Bust of Managed Care

The CEO of Memorial Hermann applies lessons learned from the managed care boom and bust of the 1990s to improving care today.

Care Redesign
Relentless Reinvention

Data Graphic: Impact of Disruptors to Traditional Care Delivery

How can health care disruptors improve patient experience if traditional organizations won’t change?

Care Redesign
Relentless Reinvention

The Challenges of Health Care Innovation’s “Bright, Shiny New Toys”

Physicians are worried that embracing new innovations will lead to the same problems that came with EHRs.

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