The Role of Centralized Care Management in Value-based Care

Sponsored by
ZeOmega

As healthcare in the United States migrates to value-based care models, health systems and the practices with which they contract must evolve into sophisticated care management organizations with population health capabilities.

They must learn to use care management methods that have historically resided with payers, from the standardization of clinical pathways to the control of costs. But how will health systems achieve payer-like care management without burdening care teams with nonclinical work and compromising the quality of the doctor-patient relationship? Better yet, how can physicians leverage the familiarity and trust they have with patients to exceed the past performance of health plans?

Download this free white paper to learn how centralized care management can ease this transition.

Optimizing Mobile Development Strategy

Sponsored by
PerfectServe

Incorporating mobile devices into standard clinical communication workflows can be an arduous process. Download this white paper to understand all the considerations for developing an effective and successful mobile device strategy.

How Today's M&As are Preparing Healthcare Organizations for a New Future

Sponsored by
Bank of America Merrill Lynch

In the face of seismic industry shifts, challenging regulations, and constant uncertainty in Washington, providers are reshaping the healthcare landscape themselves by entering into strategic mergers, acquisitions, and partnerships.

Download this free report to learn the benefits of integration and how providers are structuring today's complex M&As.

Beyond Healthcare CRM: Changing the Paradigm of Patient Communication

Sponsored by
Healthgrades

Healthgrades has teamed up with Gartner to bring you “Beyond Healthcare CRM: Changing the Paradigm of Patient Communication.” Full of rich insights backed with rigorous and detailed research, this report will be of major interest to health system CIOs and other executives who understand that engaging and influencing consumers is essential for any healthcare provider that wants to succeed and grow.

Gartner’s research around how providers can best meet consumer health needs has led to concrete, actionable recommendations for CIOs. These include creating a vision for mass personalization for patients and consumers, researching other industries to leverage their knowledge, and providing executive teams with an IT architectural vision.

Find out more on how to take care to the next level and change the conversation.

Unintended consequences of nurse scheduling

Sponsored by
Optum

Five leading indicators, either individually or collectively, provide the best insight into whether or not an organization’s scheduling tools and processes are helping or hindering how clinicians manage costs and effectively care for patients. 

The Changing Financial Relationship Between Hospitals and Patients

Sponsored by
Connance

As the pendulum shifts from fee-for-service to value-based care, and from payer reimbursements to patient payments, healthcare executives are refocusing their efforts on “optimizing” financial performance. Such is the finding of a recent survey by Connance and Porter Research.

Senior revenue cycle executives across the country were asked to rank their top pain points and the steps they are taking to address them. The survey results and analyis are revealed in this whitepaper. 


Download now to learn what organizations like yours are doing to ensure financial stability and success for the long term.

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