As we look to the next year we can expect to see a few of these challenges settle, while others will continue to make headlines. Here are three things healthcare executives should watch.
Hospitals are always looking for ways to reduce readmission rates. They may have an unusual ally in a quality control system originally developed in Europe for the manufacturing sector. Read more about it.
San Diego-area healthcare organizations experience promising results after using population health strategies to improve hypertension treatment across the region.
How Phoenix Children’s improved access, value and outcomes through a dedicated focus on advanced practice providers.
An initiative that aims to expand the use of population health strategies has received funding to be used in 500 U.S. cities.
By using a patient-centered, physician-led model of care, Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) of Michigan lowers recidivism and healthcare costs.
Here’s how successful strategy leaders look to industry benchmark data to map out where they want to take their service line, practice or institution.
A West survey has revealing findings about patient satisfaction.
National surveys from Public Agenda, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, examine public perceptions of quality in diabetes care, joint replacement and maternity care.
In lines of care where improved outcomes aren’t paired with bonus payments, motivating providers and members to close gaps in care can be difficult.