Robert Gabbay


Why PCPs need to captain, not just quarterback, the preventive care team | Viewpoint

The health system must rethink its strategy to enable primary care providers to develop better game plans for chronic disease patients, such as people living with type 2 diabetes.

John Wright


Three trends driving healthcare supply chain ‘reinvention’ | John Wright

For healthcare leaders, making a deep impact on supply chain costs will demand more than choices around what to cut. It will necessitate an agile response in an inflationary environment.

Carlos Meléndez


An Essential Worker During COVID-19 Wasn’t Even Human

Here are six ways that AI has played a critical role in conquering the pandemic.

Karen S. Roush, MD, MBA


High Volume Testing Solutions Offer Timely, Accurate and Consistent Results Hospitals Need

After months of tribulation, Methodist Health System found a solution to our COVID-19 testing challenge in high-throughput (HTP) antigen tests, which could be run on analyzers already installed in our hospital labs.

Merideth Wilson


Revolutionizing healthcare revenue cycle management: The latest automation and remote work trends | Merideth Wilson

Automation is becoming a major player in healthcare revenue cycle management, with the potential to streamline processes and improve efficiency.

Samantha DiGrande


Analysis of EHR record use identified physicians at high risk of departure

Exacerbated most recently by the pandemic, physician burnout has been particularly pervasive. Prospectively tracking metrics in the electronic health record (EHR) may identify physicians at high risk of departure.

Lenny Castiglione


When outcomes matter: Outsourced providers versus outsourced partnerships | Lenny Castiglione

Outsourced partnerships can stabilize and improve operations, leading to a greater likelihood of achieving objectives due to their focus on driving better outcomes.

Ron Southwick


Northwell Health CEO Michael Dowling: ‘Complacency is the biggest danger’

The longtime head of the New York hospital system says leaders should constantly raise the bar.

Luke Rubie


In-office infusion requires careful analysis, planning and execution for success | Luke Rubie

Practices and patients can reap the benefits of in-office infusion. But it must be carefully managed, as infusion comes with substantial financial risk.

Nicole B. Thomas


How health systems can use AI to overcome staffing shortages

AI is the solution for assisting hospitals with managing operating room backlogs and overall efficiencies. Some use predictive analytics to optimize scheduling to slash patient wait times.

Derek Streat


Online shopping for healthcare? Why health systems should merchandise care | Derek Streat

Just as Americans are shopping online for the holidays, patients should be able to have the same convenience in finding the care that they need.

David Cohen


The future of telehealth: Maintaining momentum post-pandemic

Telehealth has emerged as a significant component of the healthcare landscape during the COVID-19 pandemic. Regulators will need to take action to ensure access to telemedicine beyond the pandemic.

Dale Owen


How clinical research adds value to physician-owned practices | Dale Owen

By partnering with an integrated research organization, practices can maintain quality care while providing access to groundbreaking therapies.

Keith Loria


CarePayment’s Digital Strategy Aims to Improve Patient Experience

The company hit the restart button in 2012 when it saw an opportunity to address the affordability gap in healthcare, as costs began started to shift from the payer to the consumer.

Carina Edwards


The new frontier: AgeTech and hospital-at-home | Carina Edwards

Aging-in-place technology benefits seniors, giving them more independence, improved emotional well-being and overall cost savings. It also helps the healthcare system as a whole.

Sanjeev Agrawal


How health systems can use AI to overcome staffing shortages

AI is the solution for assisting hospitals with managing operating room backlogs and overall efficiencies. Some use predictive analytics to optimize scheduling to slash patient wait times.

Lucienne Ide


Implementing remote patient monitoring programs: The top 3 misconceptions | Lucienne Ide

Within two years, it is expected that more than 70 million U.S. patients will benefit from remote patient monitoring. Yet some misunderstandings persist.

Cheryl Rucker-Whitaker


Frontline care workers bridge racial divide, close widening trust gap | Cheryl Rucker-Whitaker

Frontline community engagement brings provider organizations and members together to better manage chronic conditions.

Carrie Nelson


Virtual care could be the great equalizer: Three case examples | Carrie Nelson

There are practical ways to apply digital care solutions to improve health for all.

Sudip Bose, MD


From the Battlefield to the Pandemic: Leadership in Crisis Situations

Leadership that passes the stress test successfully deals with what is commonly known as the pain-in-the-ass factor.

Ruth Phillips


How continuous temperature monitoring can lead to early sepsis detection, and help nurses | Ruth Phillips

The benefits stretch beyond sepsis management, but its use in this setting could make a meaningful difference for patients and healthcare providers.

John Powers


Medical Center Sees Lower Costs, Less Paper, and Easier Installation With E-Signature Pad Rollout

Not only are IT, clinical staff and patients happy with the new devices, but the hoped-for cost savings have been realized.

Jon Moore


Managing the benefits and risks of AI in healthcare | Jon Moore

The popularity of ChatGPT has triggered a surge of interest in artificial intelligence. But AI's promise also comes with some potential problems.

Joe Nicholson


Rethinking care for the most frail patients | Joe Nicholson

With a closed loop approach, providers can help ensure vulnerable populations receive the right care at the right time in the most cost-effective manner.

Jay Eisenstock


The Opaqueness of Price Transparency

Our existing medical culture neither endorses nor supports price shopping.

Ashok Roy


How low health literacy impairs patient outcomes | Ashok Roy

Only 12% of American adults are proficient in health literacy. Providers need to find ways to communicate with patients in ways they can understand.

Mark Spinner


Impact of the Pandemic Year Calls for New Approaches to Patient Payment

A McKinsey survey shows four in 10 consumers do not believe their finances will return to normal until late 2021 or early 2022.

Colin Carr


5 Things to Consider Before Negotiating a Healthcare Real Estate Deal

Purchasing the real estate you already occupy, or even a new space or building, could be a great opportunity to impact your future finances and significantly build your net worth.

Sheila Whatley


How Healthcare Companies Can Benefit From Creating a Patient-First Experience With Remote Patient Monitoring

To date, the focus of RPM has been on the technology itself and its increasing ease of use. The conversation now needs to shift to creating a patient-centric healthcare experience enabled by RPM technology.

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