In my conversations with senior executives at healthcare organizations around the country, I find that leaders have three critical topics on their minds: workforce, workforce, and...
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Read the Fall 2021 Kaufman Hall Report for highlights from the HLC 2021 conference and key findings from the 2021 Healthcare Consumerism Survey.
Physician activity came roaring back in the second and third quarters of this year, with physician productivity and revenues surpassing both 2019 and 2020 performance.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to undermine performance improvement efforts at hospitals and health systems across the country. Workforce realignments, a rapid push into telehealth, lower volumes, and rising labor and supply costs point to the need for transformative change.
When your mother is sick, do you give her the number to your health system’s call center and hope for the best? Or do you start working your relationships to figure out how to get her...
Physician groups across the country saw productivity and revenue improvements in the second quarter compared to pre-pandemic levels seen in Q4 2019.
The physician enterprise of a hospital or health system must similarly balance three dimensions: the productivity of its clinicians, the organization’s capacity to provide access to care to patients when they need it, and the volume of existing and potential patients in the markets it serves.
For the past 3 years, we've surveyed hospitals and health systems on their performance improvement and cost transformation efforts. This year, these efforts met an historic challenge with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Intense cost pressures have driven partnerships across healthcare. Yet few ultimately achieve intended cost synergies. Learn how healthcare leaders should react.
Healthcare Performance Improvement Insights: Strategy, Technology, and Tactics that Drive Cost Transformation
Key takeaways from the co-hosted webinar by Kaufman Hall and HFMA
Hospital and health system leaders are currently facing multiple threats to the long-term financial stability of their institutions. Learn how you can improve.
Tectonic shifts are reshaping healthcare, requiring incumbent healthcare providers to rethink their business model from the ground up.