This webinar will outline the changing health care environment, and illustrate how a strong hospital medicine program is critical to meet the changing environment.
Mobile health, or mHealth, is a game-changer in the era of accountable care – from improving care delivery to streamlining operational efficiencies in healthcare organizations. For providers, payers and patients, mHealth is pushing the limits of how we track health, gather and store data, and analyze the information to deliver meaningful results.
With labor and employment costs being the top expense for most hospitals, knowing some solutions and strategies that may contain costs in the area can help improve not only your bottom line, but also your operations and employee satisfaction.
The Emergency Department (ED) is often at the center of some of the most controversial issues in health care reform. The cost of care, coordination of care, avoidable hospitalizations, misuse of the ED, and other issues have challenged hospitals to keep costs under control while delivering timely access, efficiency, and quality.
As the healthcare industry moves from volume to value and provider health systems become responsible for managing population health, making the right financial and clinical decisions has never been so crucial.
Changing the healthcare delivery model is critical: providers must assume both clinical and financial responsibility for defined populations while simultaneously improving the quality and efficiency of care they provide.
Defeating Superbugs: Hospitals on the Front Lines. This editorial webinar and “Defeating Superbugs” white paper will explore the steps providers must take to ramp up surveillance efforts, promote appropriate antibiotic use and control outbreaks. Our panel of experts will share their organizations' experiences as well as proven strategies for success.
Patient Engagement: A Key Strategy for Population Health Management
As the federal government and private payers move swiftly toward value-based care, hospitals and health systems are increasingly looking to clinical integration strategies as a way to coordinate care more easily across settings, manage the health of populations and take advantage of emerging payment models. Join us as we explore strategies for integrating physician practices and ambulatory care...
For most healthcare providers, clinical interoperability remains more of a goal than a reality. This year, the feds are ratcheting up the pressure on providers to incorporate information exchange as part of their daily clinical workflows. To do it, they've built several interoperability requirements into the Stage 2 meaningful use criteria of the electronic health record incentive payment...
Join us as we explore how to best prepare for and manage the influx of patients covered under the Affordable Care Act. Tens of millions of Americans are expected to join the ranks of the newly insured, and many worry whether the U.S. healthcare system can successfully accommodate them. Our panel of experts will discuss the steps they have taken to ensure they can meet the demands of their growing...
This editorial webinar will explore the timely issue of how best to manage care for the roughly 9 million low-income seniors and young people with disabilities who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid—known as dual-eligible beneficiaries. Dual-eligibles have complex healthcare needs, often including multiple chronic conditions, and costs of caring for these patients is...