4 Proven Strategies for Healthcare Revenue Recovery

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AMN Healthcare

The fact that 50% of hospitals have faced negative operating margins emphasizes the critical need for financial stability. While cost-cutting is a common response, a proactive approach involves utilizing business intelligence and data analytics. Implementing revenue cycle solutions, physician placement, and predictive analytics-driven services can yield benefits such as reduced labor expenses, enhanced revenue, and optimized staff schedules.  Most importantly, these strategies improve patient care in addition to boosting the bottom line. To delve deeper into these strategies, read our ebook to learn more.

Technology Innovations Enabling Advanced Consignment Inventory Models for Specialty Drugs

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Cardinal Health

Specialty drugs require advanced storage protocols and are oftentimes needed at a moment’s notice, which carries additional patient costs and quality risks. As spending on these drugs continues to grow and more medications are released into the market, it’s important pharmacy leaders account for these qualities when developing their strategic plans.

Read this article to learn how pharmacy leaders can position their pharmacies for financial and operational success and how a technology-enabled consignment model can be a game changer for a pharmacy’s specialty drug inventories.

Cardinal Health, a leader in specialty drug distribution and services, and Terso Solutions, the leader in sophisticated technology, including RFID-enabled inventory systems designed for healthcare providers, recently convened to share their perspectives on:

  • Common myths or misunderstandings about specialty drug inventory models
  • How a specialty consignment model benefits a pharmacy’s operations
  • The evolution of RFID technology and the value it brings to a specialty pharmacy
  • Critical questions pharmacy leaders should ask themselves when considering a consignment program

Anesthesiology Supply Demand and Recruiting Trends

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AMN Healthcare

This white paper delves into the specific dynamics of anesthesiology, shedding light on the evolving landscape of this critical medical specialty.

Through meticulous analysis and data-driven research, AMN Healthcare aims to equip healthcare organizations, recruiters, and industry stakeholders with invaluable insights to navigate the complexities of anesthesiology recruitment, including attracting and retaining top talent, and effective workforce management strategies.

Report on Medicare Compliance

Does your organization have a strategy in place to ensure EMTALA compliance? Hospitals that violate EMTALA are subject to civil penalties of $64,618 to $129,233 per violation, lawsuits for damages, and/or exclusion from Medicare.

Download this full free issue of Report on Medicare Compliance that includes an article that explores Harris Health System’s strategies to prevent violations of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) as well as a Checklist to Evaluate EMTALA Compliance and Tool for Medical-Record Reviews.

Since 1992, Report on Medicare Compliance (RMC), has been dedicated to answering the healthcare compliance profession’s most-asked questions.This weekly newsletter reports on important regulatory developments in healthcare with practical advice to help you improve your compliance oversight and strategic planning. Receive innovative solutions you won’t find anywhere else through expert insights and guidance, compliance tools, and tips from some of the greatest minds in the field; this includes government officials, compliance officers, attorneys, and consultants.

Embracing Elevated Consumerism in The Future of Health

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In the post-pandemic era, an unprecedented shift is unfolding in health care. Artificial intelligence (AI), virtual health, and retail health are driving disruption, changing consumers’ needs, demands, and expectations.

Consumers now anticipate something different and better in how they navigate, choose, manage, and experience their health and well-being. As such, consumers are becoming the CEOs of their own health journeys.

Increasingly armed with access to extensive health information and emerging technologies, consumers can make executive decisions around their health and health care navigation—challenging what has been the traditional role of clinician providers and health administrators.

Perspectives on Supply Chain Resiliency

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There’s a lot to consider when your organization (and your job) depends on supply chain stability. And with what we’ve learned from the pandemic, we need to be prepared.

Health systems rely on supplier transparency to anticipate disruptions and adapt quickly to ensure uninterrupted supply, especially when there are lifesaving or life-enhancing procedures on the line. 

In this article, we discuss insights on the measures we have in place to help support a health system’s ability to operate consistently and efficiently and ensure the right product will be there in time for the procedure.