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Transitioning to Bundled Payments

By: Rene Letourneau, for HealthLeaders Media, June 24, 2014

Taking a more strategic approach to payer relationships may be the key to surviving new reimbursements models.

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Senior Medicare Fraud Patrol Recovers $5.9M

By: Cheryl Clark, for HealthLeaders Media, June 24, 2014

A California beneficiary trained to spot fraud saw something on her Medicare summary notice and said something to her local fraud patrol organization, sparking a multi-year federal investigation and ending in jail time for fraudsters.

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Prescription for Aging Clinicians

By: Lena J. Weiner, for HealthLeaders Media, June 23, 2014

Assessing aging physicians and other clinicians for professional competency can help them transition to more suitable roles and allows employers to preserve working relationships with valued workers.

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HFMA ANI: Tackling Healthcare's Ever-Growing Complexity

By: Rene Letourneau, for HealthLeaders Media, June 23, 2014

Even though reimbursements remain heavily tilted to fee-for-service, healthcare organizations are making big mistakes if they aren't marrying clinical and financial metrics and engaging in data analytics, says HFMA's president.

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Webcast: Hospitals Developing Health Plans—Key Steps to Becoming a Provider-Payer

By: June 3, 2014

Date: July 16, 2014, 1:00–2:30 p.m. ET

Health plan leaders from North Shore-LIJ and Sanford Health outline the strategic transition from provider to payer, and new opportunities for controlling costs, managing risk, and maximizing reimbursements.

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Roundtable: Healthcare-Acquired Infections: Culture Over Campaigns

By: June 24, 2014

Although healthcare-acquired infections have received wide spread attention from hospitals, healthcare associations, and regulators, they remain a serious patient care issue and an avoidable high expense. Five healthcare leaders discuss the cultural, leadership, and organizational changes needed for HAI prevention and treatment.

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