The Proven Four-Step Method to Achieve and Sustain Implant Savings

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Hospitals are struggling financially. Implant manufactures are not.

Implant savings are not achieved once the new contracts are signed. In order to truly realize the savings, a systematic approach is needed to ensure that contract pricing and terms are adhered to on each bill sheet, new products are not introduced, and analytics are leveraged to curb variance and catch financially impactful trends before they erode negotiated savings.

In downloading this whitepaper, learn how hospitals and health systems across the nation have achieved more than $200 million in implant savings through the implementation of an innovative four-step approach.

Download now and start your savings journey! 

Avoid Post-Pandemic Pitfalls: Getting Health Systems Back to Growth

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Cardinal Health

Hospital and health system leaders face incredible challenges as we enter yet another year navigating the coronavirus pandemic. Based on our experience in working with hospitals of every size and type across the nation, we estimate that about 60-70% of health systems continue to face disruptive labor challenges, daunting costs and a surge in indigent, uninsured and underinsured care, all while struggling with budget deficits.1

In this whitepaper, we’ll identify cost savings and revenue-generating initiatives that health leaders can put into action to stabilize and thrive. 

What’s inside:

• Learn the ironic price tag for being too cost-focused

• Read tips to prevent dollars from leaking out of your health system 

• Understand how a patient-centric strategy can return your health system to growth                                                                                             

Reference: 1 Based on Cardinal Health-sourced account data estimates

Connecting Gen Z: How to Prepare for the New Healthcare Workforce

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Medical Solutions

The makeup of the people in the workforce is changing in an unprecedented way. The arrival of Gen Z creates a five-generation workforce and presents both challenges and opportunities.

To correctly connect this generation to their colleagues, we need to be mindful of who this generation is.

That means understanding what they want from their work, what type of opportunities and settings are most attractive to them, and how they can help change the healthcare landscape for the better.

How Automation Can Solve Burnout and Staffing Shortages

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Hospital finances are the most strained since the Great Recession, and no one can seem to find and hire enough staff. Meanwhile, 57% of healthcare staff are worried they will burn out due to the number of repetitive tasks they have to handle.  

This survey of 1,000 American healthcare professionals explores: 

The causes of staff burnout

How staff view the role of technology in helping (and hurting) their work

How automation can help decrease burnout and enable providers to do more with less staff


Standard Consumer Scoring Tools Don’t Fit Patients

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There’s no such thing as a ‘one-size-fits-all’ patient engagement strategy. Healthcare executives should beware—using conventional scoring tools to predict how patients will engage with and pay their healthcare bills is not an effective strategy.

More patients are displaying consumer behaviors in how they seek, access, and pay for healthcare. However, paying for healthcare is fundamentally different than purchasing other high-ticket consumer goods.

In this white paper, we’ll explore how using a healthcare-based propensity scoring model can better predict how patients will engage with and pay their healthcare bills.

What's Inside:

  • Learn why conventional propensity-to-pay scoring is a poor fit for healthcare
  • Understand how to make the most of healthcare-based propensity scoring models
  • Gain insight into what healthcare providers should look for instead
  • Gain insights into other strategies healthcare providers can implement

Maximize Self-Pay Revenue with Better Coverage Detection

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Over the last few years, an estimated 48 million people1 in the U.S. (under the age of 65) have lost their jobs. This spike in unemployment caused many people to lose employer-provided health insurance as well.

About 20% were insured through their employer and more than 30% had coverage through Medicaid, CHIP, or another family member’s job.

While millions of these individuals and families are expected to remain uninsured, many will enroll in ACA, secure coverage through a new employer, or become eligible for Medicaid or other public programs.

What can providers do?

Download this whitepaper to learn more about proactive steps to find hidden insurance coverage among patients who present as self-pay—so you can collect more from patients and payers alike, limit bad debt and improve financials.