AHA Speakers Bureau
AHA Speakers Bureau News
Freestanding emergency departments and urgent care centers are proliferating — and raising questions.
Until trust between payers and providers is addressed, shared risk arrangements will disappoint.
Where's the bin marked 'Productivity'? Where's the lever marked 'More'?
Hospitals have improved medical group operations, but bundled payment and other challenges loom.
ACOs will continue to face changes as the field meets them with angst. But they're not going to completely disappear, says Paul Keckley.
Has patient care been compromised by the physician influence industry? There’s scant evidence.
Having less money is linked to poorer health regardless of personal habits.
Since transparency is not mandatory for consulting firms, consider these attributes when deciding whom to hire, says Paul Keckley.
Hospitals are forming networks with post-acute care and continuing care partners to ensure quality across the continuum.
When it comes to innovation at scale, Providence is a system to watch. It will teach us all how to bring in fresh, innovative thinking from outside the health system.
Make a strategic decision and then aggressively pursue that strategy, Orlikoff says.