Tag Archives: productivity

Finding the win-win solutions to health care challenges

There isn’t a single cure to address all of the challenges facing our health system, but there is a common goal. We all want a health system that treats patients compassionately, allocates resources efficiently, and provides quality care to those who need it — all without bankrupting ourselves or future generations. Too often we pursue […]
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The journey to value: Taking the first value-based steps with population health management-Part 1

In our previous Journey to Value post, we suggested four elements that organizations should consider as they as they determine their roadmap for value-based care. With a roadmap that accounts for market needs, financial impacts, provider network strategies and aligned incentives, organizations are ready to program the milestones around which they will convert to value-based […]
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The journey to value: Handling risk means understanding your patient population

In our last Journey to Value post, we discussed how having all key players in alignment allows a provider organization to better manage risk. There’s one element still to consider: the patient. To get a true handle on risk, health care providers must first understand the needs of the populations they’re serving. Here are four […]
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The journey to value: Preparing for change starts with improved revenue

Cash is king, whether health care organizations like it or not. Moving from volume- to value-based care puts revenue at risk when cash flow is critical. There are three specific areas where organizations can improve revenue: Denials management — Denied claims limit cash flow and negate work already completed. Plus, they add more work for […]
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The journey to value: From finances to patient access, get your house in order for fee-for-value

Health care is driven by the wants and needs of the market. Consumers want better transparency and value at the same time governments, payers and employers are trying to keep costs down and stimulate quality improvement. This means more pressure on providers to deliver efficient care while not passing on costs to patients. But, making […]
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Changing reimbursement models requires changes to physician compensation models – 5 fundamental pillars

As noted in my previous blog, “Changing Reimbursement Models Requires Changes to Physician Compensation Models – The Basics,” as provider organizations move to risk-bearing contracts they need to answer key questions in the areas of goals, governance and physician engagement. There are five pillars provider organizations need to build a strong value-based physician compensation model […]
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