2013 Exchange Reports
Of all the strategic shifts facing health systems in the coming years, none involves so many underlying fundamentals of the business as the shift away from a fee-for-service model of reimbursement to one more based on risk-bearing contracts and population health models. At the at the invitation-only HealthLeaders Media CFO Exchange and CEO Exchange events held last fall, senior executives described the shift as a great leap forward with both high potential and a big downside.
2012 Exchange Reports
At The Sanctuary in Kiawah Island, S.C., in September 2012, HealthLeaders Media’s second annual CFO Exchange gathered 30 financial leaders from hospitals and health systems across the nation—ranging from several very large systems to a small community hospital, and including not-for-profit, faith-based, and for-profit organizations and academic medical centers—for intensive discussions of their foremost concerns. In small roundtable sessions moderated by HealthLeaders editors, the financial officers shared experiences and perspectives with one another, offering solutions in many cases and on other topics expressing uncertainty and frustration. Here are highlights of the discussions.
The inaugural HealthLeaders Media CEO Exchange gathered 30 chief executives from leading hospitals and health systems around the country for an extraordinary two and a half days in October 2012 at The Lodge in La Jolla, Calif. Representing different types of healthcare organizations, sizes, and geographies, these CEOs brought their decades of experience to bear on the most important issues they face today. The Exchange model is peer-to-peer sharing in small-group sessions moderated by HealthLeaders editors. In lively and frank discussions, our CEOs debated six key topics chosen through surveys and pre-event conference calls. Here are highlights of the sessions.
2012 Impact Analysis Reports
In this first Impact Analysis from the 2012 CFO Exchange, nine CFOs take a deeper look at how they are assigning costs and driving them out at their respective organizations. The need to reduce costs—not just once, but permanently and sustainably—was top of mind for these leaders, and many felt the weight of a deck seemingly stacked against them. CFOs are grappling with declining Medicare reimbursements, value-based purchasing penalties, and a shift in inpatient volumes, while continuing to fund huge technology initiatives and expansion through physician acquisition or employment.
In the post-PPACA era, the only universal truth is that there are no universal solutions to drawing physicians and hospitals into a model that rewards physicians, hospitals, payers, and patients for better care. Get alignment insights and lessons from CEOs and CMOs at Providence Health & Services, Lakewood Health System, MemorialCare Health System, and Baton Rouge (LA) General Medical Center.
New research finds that 25% of organizations have not yet begun preparing for VBP. Get additional data in this final report in a series of four from the inaugural HealthLeaders Media CFO Exchange, with analysis and insight from leaders at Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare, Hackensack University Medical Center, Piedmont Healthcare, Griffin Hospital, and Sharp Healthcare.
This third report from the inaugural HealthLeaders Media CFO Exchange provides insight on cost containment from leaders at Banner Health, Wellmont Health System, Parkland Health & Hospital System, Floyd Memorial Hospital & Health Services, and Trinity Regional Health System. Eighteen percent cite "no culture of being cost-conscious" as their greatest organizational challenge to cost reduction.
2011 Impact Analysis Reports
This second report in a series of four provides information and insight on ACOs from leaders at NorthShore University HealthSystem, Novant Health, Presbyterian Healthcare Services, and Sanford Health. The report reveals that leaders are developing their own ACO solutions, rather than relying on governmental ACO structures.
Don't let the ICD-10 delay derail your plans. Get exclusive, original ICD-10 research, analysis, and insights from top executives at NYU Langone Medical Center, Lakewood Health System, Southwest General Health Center, Frederick Regional Health System, and MemorialCare Health System.
The proposed regulations are indeed out, but what do they really mean to your organization and the industry? Get reactions from leaders that are already well-versed in ACOs, including Monarch Healthcare, Alegent Health, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan /Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Geisinger Health System, Dean Health System, and Scripps Health.
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