The Modern Healthcare Organization: What Are the Building Blocks to Success?

HIMSS Media

Healthcare is transforming. In order to achieve success, a new operating model needs to be embraced that is focused on core principles that support the organization’s ability to maintain high quality outcomes, while reducing healthcare costs, encouraging innovation, and improving access and affordability. Cleveland Clinic Foundation, a premier global healthcare organization is leading the way to realize this new way operating.
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Spotlight

Given the number and magnitude of external pressures in healthcare, the need for robust, long-range financial planning is more critical than ever. In addition, boards are increasingly asking for improved visibility into the longer-term financial trajectory of their organizations.

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Improving Clinical Judgment in New Graduate Nurse Hires to Improve Patient Outcomes

Healthstream

Current research demonstrates only 23% of newly licensed RNs are able to think at entry level expectations. Additionally, 68% of errors made by nurses are due to poor decision-making skills. In order to reverse these staggering statistics, we must focus on continuing education to advance competency and use proven data to identify development needs and accurately measure progress towards success.
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Quality Data: The Key to Enhance Value-based

fiercehealthcare

As the healthcare industry moves toward value-based care, payers are increasingly concerned with clinical outcomes. Health plans are finding that they need to leverage all clinical and administrative data, in addition to claims data, to improve member health and optimize reimbursement within value-based payment models. Harmonizing data across the healthcare continuum presents a significant challenge due to the variety of disconnected data elements that must be connected to get a true 360-degree view of member health. Before healthcare organizations can effectively benefit from the data’s value, the data itself needs to be normalized to achieve semantic interoperability.
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Combating Diet Demons: How to Treat Eating and Weight Issues

Lorman

In treating clients with eating and weight issues, it is important to stay open to all aspects of their concerns, especially with regard to underlying emotional causes and accompanying co-occurring disorders. It is helpful for clinicians to address eating and weight issues from an acceptance framework, which assists clients with regard to validation and self-esteem building, ultimately leading to successful treatment outcomes. Finding solutions for eating and weight issues clients include incorporating tips and techniques from the Health At Every Size (HAES) movement and Recovery TOTS (Tools of Twelve Step).
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Tighten Up Your Revenue Cycle

fiercehealthcare

Hospital and health system revenue is under attack from multiple fronts. From threats to the ACA which could increase the number of uninsured patients to the changing reimbursement landscape shifting care to lower cost outpatient settings, revenue cycle professionals have their hands full. We’ll cover some of the strategies and solutions healthcare leaders can employ to tighten their revenue cycle process start to finish and protect their bottom line.
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Spotlight

Given the number and magnitude of external pressures in healthcare, the need for robust, long-range financial planning is more critical than ever. In addition, boards are increasingly asking for improved visibility into the longer-term financial trajectory of their organizations.

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