To meet post-pandemic expectations of consumers, healthcare providers need a strategy for consumer-focused care processes, supported by consumer-friendly provider networks and enabling technology.
Recently, Jesdeep Bassi and Francis Lau of the University of Victoria (British Columbia) published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) another in
Advocates of “accountable care organizations” (ACOs) are careful to avoid the terminology of “managed care,” which is widely viewed as a failed model from the
Presentation entitled “Developing the Economic Model for Success” from day 2 of the American Medical Group Association’s Accountable Care Organization Learning Collaborative, at the Swissotel
Explaining alternative types of ACO structures: How do Co-Management arrangements and Hospitalists fit in?
All across the country, physicians and hospitals are talking to each other about creating new organizational structures to enable them to work together more effectively.
On March 23, 2011, Trent Haywood, MD, JD, and Keith Kosel, PhD, MBA published the results in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) web
I’m not sure about the background of this video submitted to YouTube by Centura Health. But, it is hilarious and sad at the same time.