Data Driven Approach to Medicare Wellness: Good for the Patient, Good for the Practice
As our population ages, we will not have the capacity to care for patients in the future using the same care models of the past. More emphasis is being placed on population health and ensuring all care delivered meets the quadruple aim.
National Patient Safety Goals – Improving Hospital Safety and Quality – Part I
The Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals, many of which are based on evidence-based standards and recommendations by professional organizations, have been adopted by most hospitals in the United States, regardless of if they are TJC accredited or not.
8 Practical Approaches for Interim Leaders
When a new Interim Leader joins a hospital in the throes of a transition, the staff, the board, and the community are – understandably – nervous. Change is scary. It is incumbent on the new Interim to quickly take command and, simultaneously, ease the concerns of the organization’s stakeholders.
The New Health Care Innovation Model: Is It All Hocum?
Health care has traditionally focused on illness, however the prototype is ostensibly changing. Today, organizations are creating positions for Chief Innovation Officers as a means of discovering different conducting business and attracting new business.