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HOSPITAL & PROVIDER STRATEGY

Six things to know about CMS' new bundled payment modelCMS unveiled a voluntary episode bundled payment model, Bundled Payments for Care Improvement Advanced (BPCI Advanced). Here’s six things experts want you to know
Despite hype, private payers slow to adopt oncology value-based modelsOncology Institute’s Dawn Holcombe, MBA, FACMPE, ACHE, shares her views on the OCM program, what CAR T-cell therapy means for the future of reimbursement, and some epic predictions.
Most employees unsatisfied with employers' well-being programsWillis Towers Watson research finds a dramatic increase among employers seeking to differentiate their health and well-being programs for competitive advantage.
Three ways healthcare executives can uncover consumers at risk for fluWith influenza activity increasing sharply, here’s how healthcare executives can determine which health plan members are at risk for the flu.
Expansion of association health plans: 6 things to know about Trump’s proposalTrump’s new proposal would broaden access to association health plans. Here’s six things to know.
Eight ways doctors can address the opioid epidemicAs the opioid epidemic rages, doctors and hospitals should consider these tips and strategies employed by other organizations.
End-of-life care planning advancements: What health execs should know
End-of-life care planning advancements: What health execs should knowMore awareness and new state laws regarding end-of-life treatment are affecting treatment approaches. Here’s what you need to know.
Five changes healthcare executives can expect in 2018The winds of change swept through healthcare in 2017. Here’s what 2018 could bring.
Two ways to improve health by addressing whole person careBy recognizing and address the needs of the “whole person,” we have an opportunity to improve the health of people across the U.S. Here are two ways to do that.
Four risks healthcare executives should monitor in 2018With the right preventions in place, hospitals and healthcare executives will be well positioned to respond to these four risks in 2018.