Attracting the right candidate and landing that talented employee for your organization are challenges. As the labor market continues to tighten, healthcare employers need to focus on long-term recruitment and retention strategies.
As patients take more ownership of their disease management regimens, hospitals are beginning to re-evaluate their processes—clinically, administratively and culturally.
Healthcare organizations must begin leveraging the value of the products they deliver and infuse customer service into every interaction to remain competitive in this changing market.
Hartford, conn.—In what industry watchers are calling the biggest example of marketing insurance products through an affinity group, Aetna and UnitedHealth Group will administer and deliver health insurance to AARP members.
California canvas: California Association of Health Plans' Chris Ohman sees shared responsibility as critical to state's future
When you're the most populous state in the union, any extraordinary policies you sketch out could likely become a national catalyst for change. California has begun working on its state initiative for comprehensive healthcare reform, not simply for lack of a national proposal, but also because the health of its 36.1 million residents is at stake.
The Supreme Court has referred to U.S. antitrust laws as the Magna Carta of free enterprise—a set of laws as important to the preservation of economic freedom as the Bill of Rights is to the protection of personal freedoms. While these laws are typically enforced by state and federal governments, i.e., the Department of Justice and state attorneys general, they also provide for a private right of action enforceable by persons who have been injured by activities that are forbidden by the antitrust laws.