Is it all about service, or quality, or cost? Patients, employers and physicians have conflicting priorities for what constitutes value, and that could have costly consequences for the $3.3 trillion healthcare sector.
A recent survey shows that more than half of consumers determine the price before receiving healthcare. Physicians and health systems will need to respond to the movement toward price-based decisions in healthcare.
For many hospitals, radiology can be just fanother contracted service. But for those who recognize the impact prompt and accurate radiology can add value to all the inpatient services hospitals provide, retaining the right partner is imperative.
Cleveland Clinic saved more than $42 million across 71,113 beneficiaries in 2016 as a participating provider in the Medicare Shared Savings Program. Most of the savings came from reducing big bucket expenditures around inpatient stays, readmissions, and post-discharge...
The move follows last year’s rebranding of markets in Michigan and Wisconsin and reflects the nation’s largest Catholic healthcare company’s unification of diverse brands as well as its transition from holding company to operating company model.