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Healthcare providers face skyrocketing healthcare spending across the United States, funding cuts and dwindling Medicaid reimbursements--but leaders must focus on the social good their organizations can do rather than just making money, according an article in The Atlantic.
Hospital CIOs are not happy that lawmakers may push out ICD-10 implementation another year, should the Senate approve the latest proposed legislation to delay physician Medicare reimbursement cuts under the sustainable growth rate formula; the House approved the bill in a last-minute voice vote early Thursday.
Population health was a hot topic at the 2014 American College of Healthcare Executives Congress in Chicago this week, with healthcare leaders from around the nation and world sharing ways to improve health under value-based care initiatives.
With patient experience playing an increasingly large role in healthcare, more hospitals seek chief patient experience officers (CXOs) to lead the initiative, Information Week reports.
Tomorrow is my son's seventh birthday and I'm baking his cake as I type. Not many occupations lend themselves to this level of multitasking. But as a mom who spent many years working in an...
Scope of practice and how much authority advanced practice nurses should have are under debate again thanks to proposed legislation in several states.
The pressures of overseeing a major healthcare organization are never-ending, but it's especially difficult when your direct reports have more experience than you do. To help young CEOs--or those who may be new to the healthcare industry--learn from his experience, hospital CEO Nicholas R. Tejeda offers four pieces of advice.
Employee engagement is crucial to profitability, productivity, quality, safety and staff retention, according to Gallup research, which also shows that behind most high-performing employees are strong managers. In particular, Gallup indicates that only 30 percent of U.S. employees are engaged at work, while managers account for at least 70 percent of variance in employee engagement scores across business units.
Massachusetts nurses and hospital executives are at odds over legislation that would require lower nurse-patient ratios, New England Public Radio reports.