Philip Betbeze is the senior leadership editor at HealthLeaders Media.
The deal represents another step on the road to recovery for the debt-riddled for-profit health system.
Using minimal training and a four-part strategy, a hired gun helped an academic health center save $54 million in hard cash over a three-year period.
Convincing clinicians that getting to zero infections is possible, says one CQO. It requires a culture change, adherence to evidence-based practice, and leadership.
The St. Louis-based health system has a deal with the Sisters of St. Agnes to take over its Wisconsin-based hospitals.
The emergence and growing affordability of genetic testing along with patient demand means healthcare organizations need a strategy for their role in precision medicine.
Northwestern EVP and COO Peter McCanna will take over Baylor Scott & White’s president role and some responsibilities from CEO James Hinton.
Along with healthcare organizations themselves, the job of managing them is getting bigger. Many CEOs are coping by hiring a chief of staff.
The lack of preparedness could hit physicians in the pocketbook, even amid new flexibility shown by CMS.
New research claims the typical health system risks $4.9 million each year due to claims denials.
The Senate version of the AHCA shows that politicians can be counted on for only one thing: Making a bad situation worse.