Past Issues: 6 Largest HIPAA Settlement Fines of 2016; Houston Methodist CEO: Technology to Blame for Escalating Healthcare Costs; Why the Phrase ‘Can I Ask You a Question?’ Drives athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush Nuts; The Growth of Telehealth: 20 Things to Know; US Supreme Court to Hear Epic Overtime Case; CHIME, HIMSS Names Children's Health's Pamela Arora CIO of The Year; McKesson, Change Healthcare Unveil Name of Newly Merged Company; Officials: No Hacker Skills Needed for Data Breach in NH Psychiatric Hospital; Intermountain Healthcare Leverages Telehealth for Infectious Disease Care; 2016 Averaged 1 Healthcare Data Breach Per Day; Global Precision Medicine Market to Soar to Nearly $173B by 2024: 8 Key Trends; Car Crashes Into a Pole, Bringing Down Epic EHR at Jefferson Healthcare; As Health Systems Take on More Risk, How Does Executive Recruiting Change? 4 Thoughts; Hospital Uncompensated Care Costs Fall to Lowest Level in 26 Years: 4 Things to Know; Cleveland Clinic: IBM Partnership Will Not Result in Mass IT Layoffs; Activist Hedge Fund Buys 8.3% Stake in The Advisory Board Company; The Thing About Organizational Culture Most People Get Wrong; AHA CEO Rick Pollack: How to Redefine the Hospital for the Future; Why People Skills Matter Again; Surgical Care Affiliates, OptumCare to Merge; Geisinger CEO Dr. David Feinberg: ‘I’d Like To Eliminate the Waiting Room and Everything It Represents’; 20 Health Conditions People Spent Most on in 2013 — and What the Bulk of Their Money Went Toward; UMass Memorial Points to Epic Implementation for Drop in Operating Income; A State-by-State Breakdown of 80 Rural Hospital Closures; UHS Loses 20% of Its Market Cap After BuzzFeed Investigative Report; Mayo Clinic to Give Delayed Pay Raises; Texas Hospital to File for Bankruptcy as Debt Mounts; CHS on Track to Overcome Financial Troubles, Says CEO; Where Are CMS' New Overall 5-star Hospitals?; Where Are CMS' New Overall 1-star Hospitals?; Bill Gates Says Next 10 Years Will Be High Risk for Antibiotic-Resistant Pandemic; Meet the Mesentery — the Newly Identified Human Organ; Female Cardiologists Experience 3 Times More Discrimination Than Male Counterparts; SK&A: 20 Medical Groups With the Most Physicians — Kaiser Permanente Medical Group Tops the List; FDA Bans Powdered Gloves: New Rule Took Effect Jan. 18; 49 Hospitals With the Lowest Readmission Rates; Geisinger Finalizes Medical School Partnership; 6 Thoughts on Leadership From Dr. Michael Ugwueke, President and CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare; 5 Questions With Deanna Wise, CIO of Dignity Health; Remaining Independent and Competitive in Today’s Healthcare Environment: 5 Questions With Marin General CEO Lee Domanico; The CEO's Role in Tech and Cybersecurity; The Corner Office: Children’s Hospital of Orange County CEO Kim Cripe on the Value of Unfettered Curiosity. Click here to download a PDF version of this issue.
Trump names Cleveland Clinic CEO Dr. Toby Cosgrove to panel of business advisers; The 47-year-old Business Book Still Beloved by Warren Buffett and Bill Gates; 20 Women at Top of Healthcare Organizations Discuss Their Leadership Philosophies and Patient Engagement; Largest Hospital, Health System Layoffs of 201; The Repeal and Reevaluation of the ACA: 4 Key Points; Trump Picks Price, Verma as Heads of HHS, CMS: 9 Things to Know; 60 of the Most Powerful People in Healthcare; CHS Sells 2 Hospitals for $45M to Drive Down Debt; Texas and NY Hospitals Close ERs on Same Day; 3 Factors That Could Influence Hospital Bankruptcies in 2017; Texas Hospital Abruptly Closes After Failing to Make Payroll; Executives, Physicians at Dallas Hospital Indicted in Massive Kickback Scheme; CHI Records $483M Operating Loss as Labor Costs Grow, Patient Volume Decline; Henry Ford Director Says Payments Aren’t Truly Bundled Under BPCI Initiative; 12 Healthcare Startup Incubators and Accelerators to Know; IBM Watson Rolls Out Internet of Things Consulting Platform; CEO Email Scam Targets 17 US Healthcare Organizations in 2 Weeks; What Crises Stain a Hospital’s Reputation? Tech and Data Issues Top the List, Healthcare Executives Say; Mobile Health Market Projected to Reach $21.7B by 2022: 5 Things to Know; Duke Develops Robotic Nurse to Reduce Contact With Infectious Disease; Gartner Names Top 25 Supply Chains in Healthcare; Medicare’s Top 15 Costliest Drugs in 2015; Spearheading a First-of-Its-Kind Logistics Center: 5 Questions With Dennis Mullins, VP of Supply Chain for IU Health; 4 Threats to the US Blood Supply; More Than Two-Thirds of Hospital Leaders Expect to Boost Annual Supply Chain Investment Over Next 3 Years, Survey Finds; How Amazon Trains New Warehouse Workers in Just 2 Days; 7 Questions With MetroHealth CEO Dr. Akram Boutros; Thoughts on a More Motivated 2017: Drop the 'Mail It In' Attitude; 20 Years as Chief Nurse: Mass General’s CNO on What’s Next After Stepping Down; The Corner Office: Dignity Health CEO Lloyd Dean on What Drives His Commitment to Improve Healthcare Access
Trump's Top Priority? Americans Say It Should be Healthcare; CMS Releases Final OPPS Rule for 2017: 11 Things to Know Playbook; Media Blames Female CEOs More Than Male Counterparts for Company Trouble; 5 things Wildly Successful People Do Before Drinking Their Morning Coffee; The 'Woman's Touch'L: How One Baton Rouge Hospital Went to Work After the Flood; CEOs Underwent 'Generational Overhaul' After Economic Crisis: 4 Takeaways; HBR: Why Companies With Visionary leaders Rarely Have Visionary Successors; 12 Key Thoughts and Metrics on CEO Performance Evaluation; Dignity Health, CHI Ink Agreement to Explore Further Alignment; Layoffs Cost Baxter $10M: 7 Things to Know; Aetna CEO: Young Adults Rather Pay for 'Beer on Fridays and Saturdays' Than Health Insurance; New Mother Hit With $7k Delivery Room Charge After Giving Birth in the Parking Lot; Why These 4 Health Systems Abandoned Traditional Budgeting;Ascension Records $423M Net Gain on Higher Patient Volume: 5 things to Know;Blackstone to Acquire TeamHealth in $6B Deal; This Reporter Tried to Gather All His Medical Records in 72 Hours: Here's What Happened; Johns Hopkins Hospital Launches NASA- Inspired Command Center to Enhance Hospital Operations; Cerner CoFounder Neal Patterson: Why He Says 'God has a Sense of Humor"; The Future of Telehealth: 4 Questions with Teladoc's Dr. Alan Roga; 15 Under 15: How These Kids are Changing IT; NP Average Hourly Wage & Salary for All 50 States; British Physicians Draw Up List of 40 Procedures of Little to No Benefit; AMA Reveals Latest in Medical Education Reform: New Pillar of Study, New Textbook; Where are the 20 Leapfrog F Hospitals?; 6 Questions with New Intermountain Healthcare CEO Dr. A. Marc Harrison;Michael Dowling: Giving Thanks to Family, Friends, and the Privilege of Working in Healthcare; The Corner Office: MGMA CEO Dr. Halee Fischer-Wright on Becoming Part of the Solution. Click here to download a PDF version of this issue.
50 Hospitals with Innovation Programs; Geisinger CEO Dr. David Feinberg Talks 1 Year of Patient Refunds; The MACRA Final Rule: 10 Things to Know; Top 10 Regional Health Law Firms Announced; Trump, Clinton's Healthcare Plans Would Achieve Opposite Results, Studies Find; Carolinas HealthCare CEO Gene Woods Launches National Search for COO; Want To Be a CEO? Diversify Your Experience, Study Says; Board of Allina-Run Hospital Votes to Dissolve; Former Mayo CEO Gene Mayberry Dies at 87; The Rise of 'Freelance Consultant'- 7 Things to Know; Providence Health Services Eliminates CEO Role at St. Mary to Reduce Overhead; A CEO's Job Interview Checklist: 5 Questions to Better Identify the Best Employer for You; 20 Financial Benchmarks for Hospital Executives; 20% of Physician Respondents are Familiar with MACRA: 5 Survey Takeaways; Parkland Memorial Hospital to Lay Off 108 Amid Budget Cuts; CMS Releases MACRA Final Rule: 10 Things to Know; 10 High-Spend Drugs Affecting Hospitals Most; CHS Adopts Short-Term Poison Pill to Protect Stockholders' Rights; Massachusetts Hospital Association Admits Price Variation 'Problematic'; What This Year's Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics Means for ACOs, Physician Compensation; Parents Charged $39 to Hold Baby After Birth, Itemized Bill Shows; KPMG Ends Contract with Broward Health Over Audit Dispute; Fitch: Change in Political Environment Could Disrupt Healthcare Business Models; Geisinger to Buy Medical School, Deal Will Close by 2017; Moody's: For-Profit Hospital perators Continue to Gain Scale Through M&A; Dartmouth-Hitchcock Lowers Layoffs to 84; Geisinger Gets Revenue Boost From Acquisitions; Tenet, Humana, Rift Affects 750k in South Florida; Down the Rabbit Hole at Epic: 9 Key Points from the Users Group Meeting; Physicians' Opinions of EHR Vendors: 8 Findings; Survey Indicates Half of Organizations Unprepared to Meet Health Data Security Standard; 6 Things to Know About Apple's Foray into Healthcare; CIOs Say Mobile Devices are Organizations' Weakest Cybersecurity Link; Boston Children's 2014 Hacker Explains Why He Did It; 5 Thoughts from HHS CTO Susannah Fox on Technology in Healthcare; The Best, Worst States for EHR Adoption, HIE, Interoperability: 4 Findings from ONC. Click here to download a PDF version of this issue.
110 Physician Leaders of Hospitals and Health Systems;10 Things Keeping Health System CEOs Up at Night; Making the Transition to Population Health: Healthcare Leaders Share Challenges, Opportunities and a Roadmap for Success; Fortune-Telling in Revenue Cycle Management: Patient Personas and Propensities to Pay; Positive Patient Identification: The Key to Improving Revenue Cycle Efficiency and Reducing Denied Claims; The New Practitioner: 3 Health System Leaders on How Teams are Changing the Value of Care; How Identifying the Right Revenue Cycle Solutions Partner Can Save Hospitals Millions: A Case Study; Stark Law: The 27-Year-Old Act Killing Healthcare Reform Before It Can Begin?; Could ACOs Inadvertently Be Making Healthcare Disparities Worse?; 17 Hospitals and Health Systems with Unique Population Health Incentives; CMS Unveils 2015 Medicare ACO Quality, Financial Performance: 12 Things to Know; Weighing the Cost of Care: How Hospitals Accommodate Obese Patients; Interventions to Keep Chronic Illness Patients on their Meds Could Save Billions; Not Your Usual Hospital Ad: 'If Our Beds Are Filled, It Means We've Failed'; There are 4 Leadership Styles. What's Yours?; 32 Nurses Who Transitioned to Hospital CEOs; Power of Words- 9 Hospital Leaders Take the TED Talks' Stage; The Magic Number: How Many Partners Should a Health System Consider Before Merging?; CEOs Influence Employee Political Leanings: 4 Findings; Cleveland Clinic Files Plans for London Hospital; Geisinger to Hire 1,500; Business Strategy- a Focus on 5 Questions; CMS Says Providers Can 'Pick Their Pace' for MACRA: 6 Things to Know; A State-by-State Breakdown of 77 Rural Hospital Closures; Patients Desert Texas' Costliest Hospital Following Pricing Report; 7 Things to Know About Aetna's ACA Exchange Exit; 35 NJ Hospitals Sued Over Tax-Exempt Status; Indiana Women Released From Cancun Hospital After Paying $67k Toward Bill ;11 Recent Transactions and Partnerships; Why Billing After Death Is Complicated; MD Anderson POints to Epic Implementation for 77% Drop in Adjusted Income; 8 of the Most Memorable Quotes about Hospital Prices; 33 Health IT and Revenue Cycle Wiz Kids; Appalachian Regional Healthcare Back Online 3 Weeks After Cyberattack; Banner Health May Face 3 New Lawsuits After Security Breach; The 49 Hospitals Facing the Highest Readmission Penalties from Medicare;Why Are the Hospitals With 1 Star From CMS?; Pediatric Office Drops 8 Families After Negative Facebook Comments; 10 Things to Know about Hospitalists; Successfully Choosing New Hand Hygiene Products: 4 Key Points; Wayne State May Lose 37 Medical School Faculty Members; Ice Maker, Sinks Linked to UW Medical Center Legionnaires' Outbreak; 2 Dead; Intermountain's CNO on Maximizing Nurse Talent, Optimizing Care Transitions and More; Corner Office: Virginia Mason Health System Chairman and CEO Dr.Gary S. Kaplan on Relentlessly Fighting Waste and What He Learned Working in a Hardware Store; Michael Dowling: How to Make Population Health a Robust Strategy- Not a One-Off Project; Treating the Community: Cook County Health CEO Dr. John Jay Shannon Answers 5 Questions on the Opioid Epidemic. Click here to download a PDF version of this issue.
100 Accountable Care Organizations to Know 2016; 50 Critical Access Hospital CEOs to Know 2016; 7 Key Areas to Address Under the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement Model; The Movement to Mobile: Evolving Patient Experience Methods in Revenue Cycle Management; CMS Termination Letter: What to Expect and How to Prepare; The Next Generation of Healthcare for the Next Generation; How to Diagnose, Intervene, and Succeed in Combating Physician Burnout; Top 61 Health System Markets; 400 Physicians Cut Ties with Partners for Crosstown Rival: Tufts; Taking the "Big, Scary Giant" Out of Healthcare Billing: 6 Questions with Zotec's T. Scott Law;We asked 13 Physicians What They Really THink of Their Hospital; Tenet Posts $44M Net Loss in Q2, Increases Reserve to Settle Kickback Allegations; Ozarks Community Hospital CEO Says Medicare Termination is 'Warning for Small Hospitals'; The Productivity Paradox: EHR's Need to be Tough Now to Gain Efficiencies Later; Banner Health Suffers Year's Largest Data Breach; 3.7M Affected; The New-Age CIO: 3 Leaders on HOw the Top IT Role is Evolving; 'Ever-Ready': 3 Nurses Discuss Orlando Regional Medical Center's Mass Shooting Response; CMS Releases Overall Hospital Star Ratings: 12 Things to Know; CMS' First 5-starts: Which 102 Hospitals Come Out on Top?; Former CDC Director Dr. Bill Foege on Why He Stands Behind Theranos, How to Build an Effective Coalition and What Presidential Candidates Must Address; The Corner Office: Dr. Susan Ehrlich ono Bridging Clinical, Executive, and Health Policy Leadership; 17 of the Most Interesting People In Healthcare. Click Here to Download a PDF Version.
50 Critical Access Hospitals to Know 2016; 21 Noteworthy Statistics on Healthcare; 15 Largest Health Systems in the US; 12 Hospital Closures So Far in 2016; Top 10 Costliest Specialty Drugs for Insurers; 20 Most Costly Inpatient Conditions; The 25 Best and 5 Worst Cities for Physicians; 40 Statistics on Physician Compensation; 45 Largest Medical Groups in the US; Top 55 Hospitals Patients Would Definitely Recommend; 5th Annual CEO + CFO Roundtable Conference Brochure; 5 Questions with Outgoing AtlantiCare CEO David Tilton; Do Hospital Affiliations Risk Becoming the Next Brexit?; Retiring CEO Bill Thompson Reflects on 36 Years with SSM Health; Merger of Equals: How Hackensack Meridian Health Landed on a CO-CEO Model; CHI to Exit Health Insurance Business; CMS Releases OPPS Proposed Rule for 2017: 12 Things to Know; 9 Things to Know about CMS' Oncology Care Model; 6 Proposed Changes to the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule in 2017; Executive Briefing: How Identifying the Right Revenue Cycle Solutions Partner Can Save Hospitals Millions: A Case Study; How Big Data Helped Uncover the Largest Medicare Fraud Takedown; What EHR Audits Reveal About the PCP Experience; Carolinas HealthCare System Forms 2,300-Physician CIN; Mass Shootings Spur New Emergency Medicine Task Force: ACEP President Shares Details; 5 Reasons Your Physician Champion Will Fall; CMS Overall Star Ratings Have 'Several Shortcomings,' Analysis Finds; Michael Dowling: 10 Questions CEOs Should Ask Themselves Each Year; The Corner Office: Sharp Healthcare's Mike Murphy on Modeling a Classic- Yet Timeless - Piece of Advice. Click Here to download a pdf version.
Great Community Hospitals 2016; How One Health System Addressed 2,000 Patients’ Social Needs in 2 YearsHow One Health System Addressed 2,000 Patients’ Social Needs in 2 Years; UPMC Enters 3rd Partnership in China; Forbes: Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes Now Worth Nothing, Company Worth $800M; From a Truck Repair Garage to the Hospital C-Suite: 5 CEOs Reflect on Their First Jobs; 8 Hospital, Health System Chief Transformation Officers to Know; Hospitals Claim the ACA Demands Mergers: Are Judges Warming Up to the Argument?; 20 Highest Paid Healthcare CEOs of S&P 500 Companies20 Highest Paid Healthcare CEOs of S&P 500 Companies; 3 Obvious and Not-So-Obvious Reasons Hospitals Close; California Hospital Closes After Attempt to Alter Facility Fails; Viewpoint: It’s About Time for More Urgent Care Options in Boston; Texas Hospital Closes, Lays Off 175 Before New Owner’s Takeover; Why Harvard and a Hong Kong Oyster Sauce Company Want Healthcare to Focus on Happiness;8 Recent Hospital, Health System Layoffs; Mount Sinai to Shutter Beth Israel Hospital; Milliman: Americans’ Healthcare Costs Have Tripled Since 2001; UnitedHealth Will Only Remain on 3 State Exchanges in 2017; Study: Hospitals That Deliver Superior Patient Experience See 50% Higher Margins; Bon Secours Launches Insurance Network; Texas Health Resources, Aetna to Launch Health Plan; To Stabilize Finances, Presence Health Secures $528.1M Loan; 13 Hospitals Planning Facility Upgrades, Expansions; NIH Awards $142M to Mayo Clinic for Precision Medicine Biobank; Feds Join Executive’s $50M False Claims Suit Against Prime Healthcare;Novant Health Sees Operating Income Jump 115.2%; 22 Hospital Outlook and Credit Rating Actions; 20 Most Costly Inpatient Conditions; CMS Issues Final Rule for Medicare Shared Savings Program ACOs: 5 Takeaways; 8 Hospitals’ Finances Hurt by EHR Costs; What Comes After the Epic Go-Live? 6 Questions With MD Anderson CIO Chris Belmont; Judy Faulkner Ranks No. 3 on Forbes’ ‘America’s Richest Self-Made Women’ List; Kansas Heart Hospital Pays Ransom, Then Hackers Come Back for More; The State of Interoperability: 5 Statistics From the ONC; DOD’s Cerner EHR Go-Live Timeline ‘Not Realistic,’ Audit FindsDOD’s Cerner EHR Go-Live Timeline ‘Not Realistic,’ Audit Finds; Certified EHR Adoption ‘Nearly Universal’ in Acute Care Hospitals: 4 Statistics from the ONC; Thousands of NFL Players' Health Data Stolen From Trainer's CarThousands of NFL Players' Health Data Stolen From Trainer's Car; After Confusion, HHS Confirms HIPAA Was Not Waived After Orlando Shooting; Changing Healthcare Means Changing Organizational Culture: 3 Health System Leaders Weigh In; Healthcare's Second Curve: Is Your Clinical Documentation Ready?; 30 Things to Know About Balance Billing; 41% of Patients Use Payment Plans for Medical Expenses41% of Patients Use Payment Plans for Medical Expenses; 66% of US Citizens Would Struggle With a Surprise $1k Bill; Oregon Hospitals Pledge to Give Patients Price Estimates in 3 Days; Difficult Collections Force Struggling Calif. Hospital to Revise Revenue Projections;HHS Taps 6 Health Systems for Bill Advisory Panel; Mosaic Life Care approves $16.9M in Debt Forgiveness; Less Than 25% of Hospitals on Track to Hit CMS' Value-Based Payment Goal; Feds: Carolinas HealthCare Forced Steering Restrictions in Top Payer Contracts; How to Align Surgeons to Increase Productivity and Curtail Outmigration; An Epic Go-Live, the Opioid Crisis and More: Mass General’s CNO Weighs In; Which Female Physicians Earn Most?; CMS Officials to Hospitals: Stop Misusing HCAHPS Measures; Why are Physicians More Likely to Prescribe Antibiotics Later in the Day? 5 Things to Know; Primary Care Pay Grows Faster Than Specialties: 6 Findings; Untreatable Superbug Makes Its Way to US for First Time: 6 Things to Know; 50 States Ranked by the Share of Adults Who Went a Year Without Visiting a Physician; Intermountain, Stanford, Providence Form 79-Hospital Alliance to Share Cancer Data; CMS' Proposed Rule for Hospitals: Reduce Antibiotic Use or Exit Medicare; 4 Major Health Systems Announce New Marketplace for ‘Green’ Products; Cone Health Sees Operating Margin Fall as Supply Costs Creep Upward; 12 Healthcare Organizations Win ECRI Healthcare Supply Chain Achievement Award; Antidote for Heroin Overdose Sees Huge Price Spike; The Top Supply Chain Challenges of 2016; These Drug, Device Companies are Offering Money-Back Guarantees to Hospitals, Payers; Preserving Community Hospitals' Authentic Local Identities During Acquisitions; Corner Office: Greater Waterbury Health Network and Hospital CEO Darlene Stromstad on Excelling Despite Distractions; Hospital and Health System Executive Moves; Hospital and Health System Transactions. Click here to download a pdf version of the issue.
7th Annual Meeting Recap; How Geisinger’s ‘Crazy’ Idea of Refunds Turned Into a Smart Business Strategy; A Lesson From the Past to Predict the Future: How Joel Allison Channels Abe Lincoln to Affect Change; Why Mayo Clinic is Picking Up the Check for Physicians to Dine Together; Bundled Payments, Regulation and Consolidation: 5 Health System Leaders Weigh In; 5 Thoughts on Navigating Healthcare’s Future Landscape From Michael Dowling, Nancy Howell Agee, Barry Arbuckle, Ken Kaufman and Howard Dean; Chris Van Gorder Runs a $3B Health System — and He’ll Never Miss Your Email; These 10 Hospitals Have the Biggest Surpluses — and They’re Mostly Nonprofit; CHS Sees Profit Plummet, Plans to Sell 10 More Hospitals to Drive Down Debt; Moody’s Preliminary Numbers Show Nonprofit Healthcare Profitability Margins at Multi-Year High; Weak Flu Season, Lawsuits Take Toll on LifePoint’s Bottom Line; Tenet Posts Unexpected $59M Loss in Q1; No 2 Prices the Same: 13 Findings on Healthcare Price Variation Across the U.S.; UHS Sees Profit Swell as Admissions Rise in Q1; Partners HealthCare’s Math Errors Could Cause 2,000 Hospital Layoffs Statewide; A State-by-State Breakdown of 71 Rural Hospital Closures; CMS’ 2017 IPPS Proposed Rule: 10 Points to Know; In the Midwest, Health Systems Go Big or Go Home: The New Reality of System Dominance; John Stossel: ‘My Hospital’s Customer Service Stinks’; 150 Hospital Benchmarks; Beating the Self-Pay Problem: How 3 Hospitals Developed Patient Loan Programs; ASC Revenue Cycle: By the Numbers; Rethinking Ambulatory Strategy Health systems have been developing their ambulatory platforms over the last several decades as technology and consumer demand has shifted from the inpatient to outpatient setting; Medical Errors — No. 3 Cause of Death in the US, Study Unveils; ACOs Flourish or Fail in These 27 States; SSM Health to Operate 27 Retail Clinics in St. Louis Walgreens; These 7 Surgical Procedures Account for Most Complications, Deaths and Costs; ‘A’ Grades Up, ‘F’ Grades Down in Leapfrog Hospital Safety Scores: 5 Things to Know; Stanford Embeds Clinic in Luxury Apartment Building; Medical School Enrollment Up 25%; 34% of American Adults Did Not See, Talk to a Physician in 2014; Wake Forest Baptist Acquires 300-Physician Group; The Most Common Surgery in the World is Often Unnecessary — and This Physician is Out to Fix That; Healthcare's Second Curve: Is Your Clinical Documentation Ready?; A ‘Simpler’ Version of Meaningful Use: 8 Things to Know About HHS’ Proposed MACRA Rule; What’s in Mayo Clinic’s Epic Implementation Name?; 7 Things to Know About Whaling, the Emerging Cybersecurity Threat; Cerner Quarterly Revenue Grows 14%, Profit Up 36%; EHR Replacements Causing More Harm Than Good, Survey Finds: 10 Key Findings; athenahealth Reports 24% Revenue Growth in Q1; Shared Credentials in Epic v. Tata Case: ‘Every CIO and CISO’s Nightmare’; McKesson Revenue Climbs 4%, Profit Falls 2% in Q4; Allscripts Achieves Record Q1 Bookings, Posts Revenue Increase; Not-So-Sensitive Data: The Case for Unprotected Health Information; Loyalty Rankings: Epic, MEDITECH Clients Feel ‘Trapped’; Cerner, athenahealth Clients ‘Most Loyal’; Beyond MU: The Value of Patient Portal Adoption; Michael Dowling: 4 Lessons I Learned Overseeing the Launch of a Health Plan; Don’t be the Borg: Listening is the First Step for Healthcare Leaders Involved in Changing an Organization’s Culture; Ask Chuck: This CEO's Health System Merged 2 Years Ago — But He Still Hears 'Us v. Them' Comments From Staff; The Corner Office: MemorialCare Health System Long Beach CEO John Bishop on the Unparalleled Value of Trust. Click here to download a pdf of the issue.
100 Great Hosptials in America | 2016; Market Domination is Everything + 7 More Thoughts on Strategy; To Pay for Note to Pay Ransom: A Tale of 2 Hosptialso Pay for Note to Pay Ransom: A Tale of 2 Hosptials; The Paradigm Shift in Healthcare – from Business to Consumer; Market Domination is Everything + 7 More Thoughts on Strategy; Worth the Weight: What 3 Hospital CEOs Gained From Losing; No Pay Raises for Community Health Systems CEO and CFO in 2016; Tenet CEO and CFO Compensation Slashed in 2015; Health System Executives' Primary Concerns Shift to Consumers; Hospital CEO Turnover Rate in 2015 Among Highest Reported in 20 Years; Intermountain’s Bad Debt Jumps 41% in 2015; $186M Operating Loss Leaves Presence Trimming Jobs; Trinity Health Records $27.1M Operating Loss: 4 Things to Know; Capella, RegionalCare to Merge Into New $1.7B Company: 10 Things to Know; Boston Children’s Operating Income Plummets 71% in Q1; CHS Spinoff Issues 2016 Financial Outlook; FTC Suspends Challenge of West Virginia Hospital Merger; Banner Health Operating Income Plummets 51.2%; Highmark Health Posts $565M Operating Loss in 2015: 9 Things to Know; ASC Revenue Cycle: Don’t Go it Alone; MACRA Roadmap: 9 Questions on a Post-SGR World, Answered; The New Healthcare Leader; Feds Seek Information on ‘Concurrent Surgeries’ at 20 Medical Facilities: 7 Things to Know; Camden Coalition Awarded $8.7M for National ‘Hot-Spotting’ Center; 8 Hospital, Health System CXOs to Know; Why Denver Health is Experiencing a Physician Exodus; FDA Recommends Banning Most Powdered Medical Gloves; Walgreens Partners With UnitedHealth’s Pharmacy Arm; Reporting Quality Measures is Costly, Not Useful for Physician Practices, Survey Finds; Hospitals: Is Your ED’s Length of Stay Costing You Millions?; Taking the Wheel: Transforming the Hospital OR to Drive Value; The Guide to Cringeworthy Health IT Conversations: 10 Leaders on the Terms They Dread Most; McKesson Cuts 1,600 Jobs, 4% of U.S. Workforce; Hospitals in Kentucky, Maryland Suffer Ransomware Attacks; To Pay or Not to Pay Ransom: A Tale of 2 Hospitals; Finding and Fixing the Leaks in Your Hospital’s Revenue Cycle; 7 Questions with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Dr. Craig Thompson; 7 Thoughts From CHI’s Michael Rowan; Ask Chuck: What’s a Hospital CEO to Do When His Team is Flat-Out Tired?; Analytics Can Help Hospitals Survive and Thrive in a Value-Based Reimbursement Environment; The Future of the Hospital is the Network; The Corner Office: Intermountain Healthcare’s Dr. Charles Sorenson on Making a Meaningful Impact; The Clinical, Financial & Emotional Benefits of Molecular C. Difficile Testing. Click here to download a pdf of the issue.
April 2016 Issue of Becker's Hosptial Review
150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare; 50 States of Population Health; The Rise of ‘Super Regional Systems’ and What it Means for Healthcare; Practitioner Credentialing in an Era of Heightened Employment, Consolidation; Spotting an Unengaged Employee: We Asked 3 Experts to Describe Red Flags; 15 Hospital, Health System Chief Diversity Officers to Know; ‘No Problem’ or ‘My Pleasure’? Why the Way You Say ‘You’re Welcome’ Matters; The New Look of Diversity in Healthcare: Where We Are and Where We’re Headed; 12 Healthcare Companies Named ‘World’s Most Ethical’; 10 Free (Or Very Inexpensive) Ways To Engage Staff A Quint Studer Classic; Building a Great Place to Work — Literally; Leadership Versus Management: The Differences CEOs-in-Waiting Need to Know; A Day in the Life of Scripps Health's Employee Crisis Concierge; Best Practices in Regulatory-Compliant Physician Compensation Plan Design; Tenet Posts $140M Net Loss in 2015: 6 Things to Know; Bad Debt on the Rise for Hospitals Nationally: 4 Takeaways; UPMC Gets Boost From 20% Spike in Health Plan Membership; CHS Reports Surprising $83M Loss as Admissions Fall; Cleveland Clinic Reports Record $481M Operating Income; The Rise of ‘Super Regional Systems’ and What it Means for Healthcare; 9 Questions on Strategy for Academic Medical Centers; Moody’s: Health Insurer Mega-Mergers to Disrupt Entire Sector; Louisiana Hospital Gives Up Charitable Status to Avoid Tax Penalties; Retail Clinics May Cause Healthcare Spending to Rise; Revolutionizing Transitional Care; Epic, Cerner Lead EHR Mindshare: This and 9 More Health IT Purchasing Trends; Anonymous Hacker Suspected of Boston Children’s Hospital 2014 Cyberattack Arrested; What Hospitals Can Learn from Hollywood Presbyterian’s Ransomware Run-in; IBM to Acquire Truven Health Analytics for $2.6B; nternal Medicine Residents Spend 5 Hours Per Day on EHR Data Entry; 7 Questions with AtlantiCare’s Outgoing, Incoming CEOs; 8 Questions With Epic CEO Judy Faulkner; Chuck Lauer: 32 Beliefs for a Good Life; Dr. Nick van Terheyden: Fighting a Shortage of Skilled Staff? Increasing Teamwork and Respect Is As Important as Increasing Salaries; Jonathan Bush: Retreating Toward a Purpose; Kenneth Kaufman: FTC Policies Are Big Trouble For Hospitals; Hospital and Health System Transactions; Hospital and Health Systems Executive Moves; The Corner Office: Northwell Health’s Michael Dowling on Constantly Raising the Bar. Click here to download a pdf of the issue.
100 Hospital & Health System CMOs to Know; 50 States of Population Health; Fighting an Epidemic with No Medical Cure; The Business of Optimizing Patients Prior to Surgery; How Hospitals Need to Help Fight Gun Violence: 3 Experts Weigh in on Chicago's Pressing Public Health Problem; Most Providers Lag in Implementing Population Health Management: 5 Findings; Ads Target Hospitals for Ties to Chickfil-A, Other FastFood Chains; Hawaii No. 1 for Well-Being in US; 15 Hospital, Health System Population Health Administrators to Know; 100 Hospital and Health System CMOs to Know; 100 Hospital and Health System CMOs to Know | 2016; The 2-Way Street to Patient Satisfaction; The Man Behind Oscar: 6 Questions With the CEO of a 'Hipster' Health Insurer; 673 Rural Hospitals Vulnerable to Closure: 5 Things to Know; 6 Common Characteristics of Hospitals Vulnerable to Closure; Baylor Scott & White to Close Facility as Services are Consolidated; Federal Appeals Court: Hospitals Can Be 'Rural' and 'Urban' at The Same Time; AHA's Fight Over RAC Backlog Gets New Life From Appeals Court; Duke University Health System Rakes in Record Operating Income in FY 2015; 15 Things for Healthcare Leaders to Know About Obama's 2017 Budget; Fourth UPMC Patient With Mold Infection Dies; Legionnaires Victims Sue McLaren Hospital Amid Flint Water Crisis; Top 10 Sentinel Events in 2015; Mythbusting the Modern MD: 4 Findings Fight Outdated Stereotypes of Physicians; Longer Surgical Resident Hours Don't Hinder Patient Care, Study Says; Practice Fusion Lays Off 25% of Workforce; 3M Decides to Hold Onto Health IT Division; Computer Glitch Slows Mountain States Health Alliance for 9 Days; Jackson Memorial Fires Employees for Inappropriately Accessing NFL Player's Medical Record; Patients Push for Transparency: OpenNotes at Northwest Permanente; Investment in 'Ubers of Healthcare' to Hit $1B By Year's End; Essential Elements of Care Redesign and Care Management; 7 Thoughts on Great Leadership; 7 Rules for CEOs to Live By, Whether at a Small Start-Up or Global Corporation; Waiting Hours in the ER Shouldn't Routinely Happen; The Key to Population Health: Know Your Chronic Disease Patients and Coach Them; The Corner Office: SSM Health’s Bill Thompson on the Power of Curiosity. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
100 Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know; Johns Hopkins Puts Safety and Quality Data on Display; Are Epic and Cerner Healthcareís Apple and Android?; Johns Hopkins Puts Safety and Quality Data on Display; Are Epic and Cerner Healthcareís Apple and Android?; 8 Thoughts from Cleveland Clinic CIO Dr. C. Martin Harris on Decision-Making and Leadership; The Upside of EHRs: 3 Physicians on What They Get Right; The Stories Behind 5 Health IT Company Names; Breaking Up is Hard to Do: 6 EHR Vendor Switches in 2015; 10 Startups to Know for 2016; Epic's Young Physician User Base: What Does This Mean for the Future of EHR Vendors?; 10 Takeaways; Health IT Professionals Think They're Underpaid; IT Underused in Population Health Initiatives, Study Finds; The CIO's Role in Cost Improvement; Is Interoperability Getting Better or Worse? 6 Key Thoughts; Mayo Clinic Sells Data Center to Epic for $46M; How Billing and Collections Impact the Patient, and What Providers Can Do to Protect Their Bottom Line; 100 Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know; 7th Annual Meeting; Carolinas HealthCare Plans $3B in Capital Investments; Brigham Reports $53M Shortfall After Epic Transition; OSU Wexner's Operating Margin Cut in Half on CFO's Recommendation; Moody's: High Rate of Physician Employment Linked to Lower Profitability; Fitch Predicts Profitability Obstacles for US Hospitals in 2016: 5 Things to Know; Essential Skills of a Health System CFO: 3 Finance Chiefs Weigh In; NorthShore CEO: FTC Gerrymandered to Oppose System Merger; Nursing Rated Most Honest, Ethical Profession Once Again; Medicare Cuts Payments to 758 Hospitals for HACs: 6 Things to Know; 10 Things to Know About Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine; Do Physicians Drink Too Much Coffee?; Michigan Health System Fires 68 CRNAs Over Outsourcing Dispute; Data Where You Might Not Expect: Johns Hopkins Medicine Goes Performance-Transparent With Dashboards; Dr. Nick van Terheyden: EHRs are Like Junk Drawers — But There's a Way to Declutter Them; Why Interoperability Still Eludes Healthcare: Q&A With Dr. Charles Jaffe CEO of HL7; Retiring Memorial Healthcare CEO Frank Sacco Shares Advice From His 42-Year Career; The Physician-Patient Relationship: Should it be 'Warm Detachment' or Breaking Down Barriers?; The Corner Office: NYC Health + Hospitals Dr. Ram Raju on the 'Essentiality' of Public Hospital Systems; Hospital and Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
January 2016 Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
100 Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know; Johns Hopkins Puts Safety and Quality Data on Display; Are Epic and Cerner Healthcareís Apple and Android?; 8 Thoughts from Cleveland Clinic CIO Dr. C. Martin Harris on Decision-Making and Leadership; The Upside of EHRs: 3 Physicians on What They Get Right; The Stories Behind 5 Health IT Company Names; Breaking Up is Hard to Do: 6 EHR Vendor Switches in 2015; 10 Startups to Know for 2016; Epic's Young Physician User Base: What Does This Mean for the Future of EHR Vendors? 10 Takeaways; Health IT Professionals Think They're Underpaid; IT Underused in Population Health Initiatives, Study Finds; The CIO's Role in Cost Improvement; Is Interoperability Getting Better or Worse? 6 Key Thoughts; Mayo Clinic Sells Data Center to Epic for $46M; How Billing and Collections Impact the Patient, and What Providers Can Do to Protect Their Bottom Line; 100 Hospital & Health System CIOs to Know 2016; Carolinas HealthCare Plans $3B in Capital Investments; Brigham Reports $53M Shortfall After Epic Transition; OSU Wexner's Operating Margin Cut in Half on CFO's Recommendation; Moody's: High Rate of Physician Employment Linked to Lower Profitability; Fitch Predicts Profitability Obstacles for US Hospitals in 2016: 5 Things to Know; Essential Skills of a Health System CFO: 3 Finance Chiefs Weigh In; NorthShore CEO: FTC Gerrymandered to Oppose System Merger; 7th Annual Meeting; Nursing Rated Most Honest, Ethical Profession Once Again; Medicare Cuts Payments to 758 Hospitals for HACs: 6 Things to Know; 10 Things to Know About Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine; Do Physicians Drink Too Much Coffee?; Michigan Health System Fires 68 CRNAs Over Outsourcing Dispute; Data Where You Might Not Expect: Johns Hopkins Medicine Goes Performance-Transparent With Dashboards; Dr. Nick van Terheyden: EHRs are Like Junk Drawers — But There's a Way to Declutter Them; Why Interoperability Still Eludes Healthcare: Q&A With Dr. Charles Jaffe CEO of HL7; Retiring Memorial Healthcare CEO Frank Sacco Shares Advice From His 42-Year Career; The Physician-Patient Relationship: Should it be 'Warm Detachment' or Breaking Down Barriers?; The Corner Office: NYC Health + Hospitals Dr. Ram Raju on the 'Essentiality' of Public Hospital Systems; Hospital and Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
20 CEOs Name Healthcare's Person of the Year; 17 Winners and Losers Under the ACA; 10 of the Most Interesting Healthcare Transactions; Health IT in 2015: 10 CIOs on the highs and lows; 50 Best Healthcare Quotes of 2015; Misdiagnoses and diagnostic imaging: 2 hospital CEOs on subspecialty radiology's role; 1,800 hospitals see payment bump under value-based purchasing: 10 things to know; Study: Financial physician-hospital integration associated with higher prices; Moody's: Distressed public hospitals burdened by board turnover, regulations; Average point-of-service collections increase to $1.8M in FY 2014: 4 things to know; Tuomey dodges $237M false claims verdict by settling with DOJ: 10 things to know; The 'halo over nonprofits' is gone and 3 other takeaways from recent Stark Law settlements; 11 recent hospital bankruptcies and closures; Whistle-blower physician: 'We have got to get hospitals out of the business of hiring doctors'; 13% of rural hospitals vulnerable to closure: 5 things to know; A hospital worker has the most satisfying job in the world — You'd be surprised which one; 13 healthcare leaders named 'Best-Performing CEOs in the World'; 10 hospitals that get the most positive buzz on Twitter; What is a CEO's No. 1 source of worry?; Illinois Hospital Association, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council to merge in January; The TeraMedica Division of FUJIFILM Medical Systems: A new power in the VNA market; Dartmouth-Hitchcock exits Pioneer ACO program: 10 things to know; 2 more Pioneer ACOs drop the program: 4 things to know; Opinion: Don't call physicians 'providers'; Medication errors occur in half of all surgeries: 7 study findings; 10 most common patient complaints, grievances with hospitals; Safety-net hospital patients have worse outcomes: Study suggests 'intrinsic qualities' are to blame; Number of 5-star hospitals decreases dramatically in CMS Hospital Compare update; Jumping ship: Why hospitals switch EHR vendors & how to handle the aftermath; A Year in EHR Contracts, Go-Lives; KLAS ranks top 10 EHR vendors by interoperability; 11 most innovative companies, according to the C-suite; Walgreens selects Epic EHR for healthcare clinics; Allscripts posts modest 3% revenue bump, 17% profit growth in Q3; Reality Check: Why it is Time to Address the Patient Identification Process at the Source to Stop Bleeding Money and Putting Patients at Risk; 5 questions with retiring Memorial Hermann Health System CEO Dan Wolterman; 6 questions with Dr. Mike Schatzlein of Ascension Health; Chuck Lauer: Do your homework on the effects of aging; The corner office: Dr. Rod Hochman of Providence Health & Services on preserving humility in leadership Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
The Two Words You Need to Say More in Your Hospital; 200 Hospital Benchmarks; Keeping Million-Dollar Projects From Bleeding Beyond the Budget; A State-by-State Breakdown of 57 Rural Hospital Closures; 10 hospital bankruptcies so far in 2015; Fitch: Capital spending will rise for nonprofit hospitals; Moody’s: More Nonprofit Hospitals to Offer Health Plans; Dignity Health's operating income jumps 47% as net surplus tumbles; Geisinger's operating margin improves as premium revenue increases; Carolinas HealthCare expansion efforts pay off in first half of 2015; 2 Kansas hospitals at risk of closing must look past 136-year-old rivalry for solution; New York hospital faces closure after buyer backs out; ACLU hits Trinity Health with lawsuit alleging EMTALA violations; Secure Texting — A Pathway to Clinical Collaborations; Words of appreciation: Thank-you notes from 8 health system CEOs; 15 hospital, health system population health administrators to know; And then there was one: 11 CEOs who moved up or out after mergers; Creating Change That Sticks— Lessons Learned From Years of Improving ORs; EHR implementation: Keeping million-dollar projects from bleeding beyond the budget; 25 quotes that show just how fed up physicians are with EHRs; Mayo Clinic CISO Jim Nelms resigns; ONC's final 5-year Health IT Strategic Plan: 10 things to know; 7 Steps to Achieve Physician-Hospital Alignment, Collaboration and Trust; How to combat the most common excuse in healthcare; What this physician thinks is wrong with quality benchmarking; Cleveland Clinic loses orthopedic surgeon over implant dispute; University Hospitals physician writes break-up letter to patient; HHS grants $685M to clinicians for patient-centered care: 8 things to know; Meet the 2016 family physician of the year; Solving staffing conundrums: A system-wide domino effect; Scripps’ CEO Chris Van Gorder on the Power of Inbox-Zero; 6 questions with Dr. Imran Andrabi, CEO of Mercy Health-Toledo; Quint Studer says we can heal physician burnout — and healthcare organizations can lead the way; 8 questions with Lynn Nicholas, CEO of Massachusetts Hospital Association; Chuck Lauer: The Patient Experience Revolution has arrived; The corner office: The Catholic Health Association's Sister Carol Keehan on having the courage to question; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
Success in the 'gray zone': Ascension Health CFO Rhonda Anderson on transitioning into a new healthcare model; Boston Medical Center CEO Kate Walsh on Her Best Boss and Cure for Busyness; American Diabetes Association CEO Kevin Hagan on 'a Big, Real American Problem; Chuck Lauer: A Thank-You to Gatekeepers Who Protect the Boss; The Corner Office: Cook County Health's Dr. John Jay Shannon on the 'National Embarrassment' of Healthcare Disparities; Hospital Innovation Centers Think Outside the Box to Solve Healthcare's Biggest Problems; The Art of Stopping: When Innovating Means Hitting the Breaks; Doing More With Less: Strategies for Competing on Price, Quality and Both at the Same Time; Bundling for the Best: Notes From the Field on Bundled Payment Design and Implementation; Pain Points of Innovation: It Take More Than a Good Idea; Here's an Idea: Ask Nurses How Your Hospital Can Do Better; Teaming Up: The Symbiotic Relationship Between Sports and Healthcare; 25 Companies Disrupting Healthcare Today; 40 Financial Benchmarks for Hospital Executives40 Financial Benchmarks for Hospital Executives; CBO: Federal Healthcare Spending Will Reach 6.2% of GDP by 2025; Moody's Revises Outlook for Nonprofit Healthcare to Stable From Negative; Hospitals Have 58% Overturn Rate When Appealing RAC Claims; Kansas Hospital to Close This Month; Illinois Hospital to Close, Replaced with Outpatient Center; 2 Georgia Systems Roll Out Massive Merger Plans: 5 Things to Know; AMA: Insurer Mergers Would Hurt Competition in 154 Metro Areas; 10 States With Least Competitive Commercial Health Insurance Markets; ICD-10 Aftershocks: 4 Challenges Every CFO Can Expect; Deconstructing the Enigmatic Hospital Chargemaster; 50 Critical Access Hospital CEOs to Know; 2014 Medicare ACOs: 10 Things to Know About Their Quality, Financial Results2014 Medicare ACOs: 10 Things to Know About Their Quality, Financial Results; The Latest ACO Results: 5 Leaders ReactThe Latest ACO Results: 5 Leaders React; Operating in the Public Eye: Life After the Surgeon Scorecard; What's Your Score, Star Rating, Wait Time? 5 Ways Patients Are Finding Out; 100 Accountable Care Organizations to Know; Hospital Pharmacy Improvements: The Success Story of Upper Allegheny Health System; Execs Fired as Cost of Epic EHR Rollout Grows at NYC Health and HospitalsExecs Fired as Cost of Epic EHR Rollout Grows at NYC Health and Hospitals; Half of Digital Health Startups Expected to Fail Within 2 YearsHalf of Digital Health Startups Expected to Fail Within 2 Years; 7 Takeaways From Epic's Annual Meeting and Why The CEO Dressed as Lucille Ball; Google, Alphabet & Healthcare: 7 Things to Know About the New Conglomerate; The Vendor's View of Interoperability: Thoughts From Greenway Health's Mark Janiszewski; Why Healthcare Cyberattacks are Getting Worse; 7 Steps to a Clinically Integrated Network: A Roadmap for Success; 'The Hardest Thing I've Ever Done' 12 Physicians, CEOs and Nurses Recall a Tough Professional Moment; The Story About a Janitor at Johns Hopkins: A Must-Read for Any Hospital Executive; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
MetroHealth CEO Dr. Akram Boutros on healthcare in 2030; Meet the Stanford hospitalist-turned-rapper changing healthcare in Las Vegas; Chuck Lauer: Management by wandering around; Kenneth Kaufman: Can legacy providers afford to give up on low-intensity care?; The responsibility matrix: A strategy for stronger physician/administrator partnerships;
The corner office: Carilion Clinic CEO Nancy Howell Agee on a life well lived; CMS' final IPPS rule for 2016: 10 things to know; CMS delays enforcement of 'two-midnight' rule again;
10 things to know about the new healthcare spending projections; 38 CHS hospitals spin off as new company: 7 things to know; Leveraging technology to power transformation in today's healthcare environment; The path to ICD-10 readiness; 50 critical access hospitals to know | 2015; 2.5k hospitals penalized by CMS for high readmissions: 10 things to know; The 38 hospitals facing highest Medicare penalties for readmissions; Healthcare's silent shortage; Insurance megamergers limit nonprofit hospital negotiating power: 5 things to know; 10 things to know about Oscar Health Insurance: Will it be the Uber of health plans?; 11 most interesting developments in health IT this year; Cerner wins DOD contract to modernize military health records: 10 things to know; Providers Confused by Varying Telehealth Defintions, Policies: 14 Findings Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
The 7 Biggest Healthcare Issues in 2015 So Far; 8 Epic EHR Implementations With the Biggest Price Tags in 2015; 30 ACOs With the Largest Physician Networks; 25 Largest Hospitals in America; 50 Great Health Systems to Know; The 7 Biggest Healthcare Issues in 2015 So Far;10 Largest For-Profit Hospital Systems; 10 Largest Nonprofit Hospital Systems; Mid-Year Report: 9 Called-Off Hospital, Health System Deals; 8 Epic EHR Implementations With the Biggest Price Tags in 2015; 30 ACOs With the Largest Physician Networks; Physician Salary by Specialty: 16 Averages; 25 Largest Hospitals in America; 50 Great Health Systems to Know; CMS Proposes Changes to Physician Fee Schedule: 15 Things to Know; 3 Thoughts From athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush: What He's Reading, Who He Admires and What News He's Watching Like a Hawk; 3 Health System CEOs on Role Models, Nonnegotiables and Summer Reads; Take Your Vacation: Why Henry Ford CEO Nancy Schlichting Endorses Getaways; The Corner Office: Ascension CEO Dr. Anthony Tersigni on Cutting Through the Red Tape; Mega-Mergers Between Health Insurers: 5 Health System CEOs Get Candid; Merged and None the Wiser: What Keeps Hospitals From Gaining Economies of Scale?; When Should a Hospital CEO Give Notice?; Creating a Culture of Innovation: 6 Lessons From Edward Marx; Tuomey Healthcare Loses Appeal, Ordered to Pay $237M Judgment; 7 Hospitals, Health Systems Sue Feds Over Disproportionate Share Payments; Anthem Strikes Deal to Buy Cigna for $54.2B: 5 Things to Know; Aetna's $37B Acquisition of Humana: 5 Things to Know; NJ Hospital Stripped of Property Tax Exemption; St. Elizabeth's to Settle Alleged HIPAA Violation; DOJ Sues Michigan Hospitals for Alleged Antitrust Violations; How Are You Combating the "Weekend Effect?"; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital and Health System Rating Actions; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
The Community Hospital Survival Guide; The modern definition of a community hospital; Behind Closed Doors: The Lesser-Known Details of Mergers of Equals; 20 Pieces of Advice From Hospital CFOs; CMS Unveils Overhaul to Medicaid Managed Care: 10 Key Points; Nonprofit Hospitals Begin to See Financial Improvement; The Blue Cross Blue Shield Antitrust Case: 13 Key Points; WellStar Calls Off Merger Talks With Emory; 8 Hospital, Health System Layoffs Affecting 100+ Employees; Study Lists 50 Hospitals With Biggest Markups: 11 Things to Know; Tax Breaks for Nonprofit Hospitals Soar to $24.6B: 5 Things to Know; CMS Pays $1.3B to Hospitals for Medicare Appeals; Tenet Completes USPI, Aspen Healthcare Transactions; 100 Great Community Hospitals | 2015; To Create a Positive Patient Experience in Only a Matter of Minutes, Understand What Patients Value Most; 15 Quotes From Healthcare Executives Reporters Knew They Had to Write Down; The Woman Who Runs the Oldest Hospital in America; Are Patient Satisfaction Surveys Doing More Harm Than Good?; Why Are COOs on the Decline? 3 Reasons; Becker’s Hospital Review CEO Roundtable + CFO/CIO Roundtable brochure; Outsourcing as a Solution to Your Credentialing Woes; Revamping Hospital RCM With Outsourcing, Insourcing or Something In-Between; Dartmouth-Hitchcock Outsources 340 RCM Division Jobs; 14 Hospitals, Health Systems Recognized for Revenue Cycle Performance; Premier Launches System to Track Financial Impact of Value-Based Care; 70% of Physician Practices Have Yet to Settle on RCM Technology; Hospitals and Nursing Schools: A Symbiotic Relationship; 3 Physicians From America’s Tiniest Towns Talk Patient Relationships, Rural Practice and the State of Healthcare; 10 Medical Schools With Highest Student Debt; Why is This Medical School Trying to Lure English Majors?; 11 Things to Know About the MSSP ACO Final Rule; Leavitt Partners, Brookings Institution Join for World’s Largest ACO Collaborative; 30 ACOs With the Largest Physician Networks; Dear Hacker: Here is Your Invitation to Attack Our Network; Partners HealthCare Launches Epic EHR for $1.2B; The Money Pit: Healthcare Spends Billions to Defend the IT That Cost Billions to Install; Epic’s Judy Faulkner Pledges 99% of Her Wealth to Philanthropy; Former Hospital CFO Receives 23-Month Sentence for Lying About Meaningful Use; EHRs and Physician Satisfaction: 10 Things to Know; Interoperability is an Ethical Issue; Protectionism is Not a Strategy; A Champion of Sport — and Life; The Corner Office: Temple Health’s Dr. Larry Kaiser on Knowledge of Wine and Healthcare; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
What If The Affordable Care Act Were Gone Tomorrow?; Creativity before capital: Health systems and frugal innovation; 5 important questions for healthcare leaders from North Shore-LIJ CEO Michael Dowling; The Strategic CFO’s Role in Cybersecurity, Population Health and Transitioning to Value-Based Pay; 3 Areas of Focus to Create a More Productive Operating Room; Checking In: Financial Updates From 5 Health Systems; Few Consumers Report Comparing Health Insurance Plans, Prices and Physicians; Healthcare Industry Had Highest CFO Turnover in 2014; 3 CEOs Forecast King v. Burwell Decision, Healthcare in 2017; 150 Hospital and Health System CFOs to Know | 2015; Patient Engagement: The Hospital Leader’s 3-Step Roadmap; How 4 CEOs Spend the Bulk of Their Time; 24 Thoughts from 5 Healthcare Leaders; Becker’s Hospital Review CEO Roundtable + CFO/CIO Roundtable brochure; How to Make the Hospital Revenue Cycle More Like That of Starbucks and the Ritz-Carlton; Bucking the Trend: Why Owning Your Patient Billing is Smart; The New Hospital Bill: 7 Things Consumers Want; Capturing the Lost Dollar: Finding Solutions for Uncompensated Care; How Patient Engagement Has Changed Revenue Cycle Management; Dr. Farzad Mostashari: His Startup’s Newest ACO Initiatives, Physicians’ Feedback and the Next Generation ACO Model; PQRS Participation Increases, but Nearly 470k Face Penalties; Which Physicians Feel Most Fairly Compensated?; The Two-Midnight Rule: Inching Toward Inpatient Status Clarification; The Future of MedAssets and Sg2: A Full-Scale Analytics Business; A Glimpse Inside IBM Watson Health; Epic to Waive Record-Sharing Fee; Where Are These 7 EHR Vendors Most Popular?; Going Green 101: No Longer an Elective for Hospitals; How Revision Knee Surgery Systems Can Improve OR Efficiency and Costs; Kenneth Kaufman: Beyond Healthcare’s Tipping Point; Corner Office: Yale-New Haven Hospital’s Marna Borgstrom on Going Into the ‘Family Business’; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
100 Great Hospitals in America; 30 Words That Changed Healthcare Forever — Or At Least For This Year; Hospital-Insurer Disputes: Are Things About To Get Ugly?; Bringing it Back to the Patient;First 100 Days in Office: The CEO’s Guidebook; The Advice Nobody Gave Me Before I Became a CEO: 3 Chiefs Weigh In; 9 of the Most Interesting, Intelligent Entrepreneurs in Healthcare Today; American Perceptions on What Shapes Health; 5 Healthcare Trends Inspired by Millennials; Checking In: Financial Updates From 5 Health Systems; 3 CFOs’ Best Practices for Running a Finance Team; Hospital-Insurer Disputes: Are Things About to Get Ugly?; Should More Health Systems Adopt Zero-Based Budgeting?; Why Provider-Driven Care is Best Equipped for Population Health Management; The Business Side of Caring; 5 Thoughts on Revenue Cycle Management; What Does the Perfect Hospital Bill Look Like?; Surviving the ‘New Normal’ for Orthopedic Practice in 2015; The High-Quality Care Conundrum; The Growth of Specialized Hospitalist Programs — A Valuator’s Perspective; The Next Generation ACO: Why CMS is Offering Higher Risks, Higher Rewards; Kaiser Permanente’s Secret Sauce; How Long is the Average Wait at a Physician’s Office?; 14 New Accountable Care, Shared-Savings Agreements; Taking Pay Cuts: Why Some Executives Leave Money on the Table; Male RNs Continue to Outearn Female RNs; Where Do Physicians Earn Most?; 15 Statistics on Health IT Salaries; How Tweener Hospitals Can Achieve Financial Stability; Dignity Health Sets Sights on Insurance Business; M&A in Health Insurance Sector Projected to Increase; 18 Insurers With Most Satisfied Members in Their Region; Blue Shield of California Stripped of State Tax-Exempt Status; UnitedHealth Profits Rising, Optum Revenues Up: 5 Key Points
How Some Health Systems are Keeping Their Investments ‘Under Good Watch’; From Bytes to Budgets: Why Hospital IT Teams are Getting Bigger and Broader; Big Hearts of Steel: Can Robots Reduce Work Burden in Hospitals?; A Guidebook to MU Stage 3’s 8 Objectives; The Proposed Rule for MU Stage 3: 9 Things to Know; Boston Children’s Experiences 6-Day System Outage; Responding to IT Failures: A Lesson from Antelope Valley Hospital; Homeland Security, Ticketless Travel and the Patient Experience; Physician Burnout Extinguishes Physician Engagement; Watch Out for These 7 Signs of Physician Burnout; Kenneth Kaufman: Healthcare Without Gatekeepers; Chuck Lauer: 7 Things CEOs Should Ponder Before Moving On; The Corner Office: Hospital for Special Surgery CEO Louis Shapiro on the Strength of Independence; Click here to view the featured storeis and download a pdf of the issue.
150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare 2015; The Way We Work; RadioShack’s Fall Highlights New Decisions for Hospitals; Kaiser Permanente Net Income Soars to $3.1B; Mayo Clinic Posts Highest Operating Margin in More Than 25 Years; Coming Soon: A Cleveland Clinic Health Plan?; Universal Health Services Q4 Net Income Soars 39% on Higher Volume; BJC HealthCare Operating Surplus Jumps 59%; Stagnation With a Chance of Decline: Healthcare’s 5-Year Forecast; Moody’s: PPACA Challenge Carries Significant Risk for Nonprofit Hospitals; How to Shatter the CFO Stereotype; How ‘Leaning’ Your EMR Improves Quality, Safety, Efficiency and Regulatory Compliance; The Year of 95 Hospital Transactions; Tenet, United Surgical Partners Form JV; Ascension to Purchase Michigan Health Insurer; Prime Healthcare Continues Aggressive Growth Strategy; 5 Hospital, Health System CIOs Discuss Talent Needs, Telemedicine, Goals and Challenges; The Healthcare CIO’s Hiring Playbook; EHR Market Share Varies by Hospital Size; Epic Decoded: Life and Corporate Culture at the Center of the Health IT World; Interoperability: The New Meaningful Use?; Top 10 EHR Vendors by Overall Market Share; Top 4 Reasons CIOs Get Fired (And How to Avoid Them); A Cheatsheet for 25 Health IT Terms; Aligning Your Workforce Strategy With Patient Outcomes; Ebola Nurse Nina Pham Sues Texas Health Resources; Physician Assistant Impostor Treated 137 Patients Before Caught; Aetna Hits ‘Hotel-Like’ Hospital With $120M Kickback Lawsuit; Government Recovers $2B+ in Healthcare False Claims Actions; HCA Faces False Claims Lawsuit Over Unnecessary Heart Procedures; Making the Case for Physician CEOs; The New Shortage Estimate: US Will Need Up to 90,000 More Physicians by 2025; How Hospitals Can Avoid Physician Impostors; Top 10 Medical Schools for Primary Care; Physicians With Bad News Perceived as Less Compassionate, Study Finds; Do Your Talent Strategies Support a Patient-Centered Culture? 4 Keys to Success; 5 Pitfalls to Avoid in Managing the Cultural Aspect of Health System Integration; Academic Medicine’s Gender Gap; Hospital CEO Turnover Down From 2013’s Record High; How 15 Hospital, Health System CEOs Revitalize Themselves; Notes from ACHE: 13 Skills Every Healthcare Leader Should Possess; 7 Strategies for Health Systems to Distinguish Themselves; RadioShack’s Fall Highlights New Decisions for Hospitals; Chuck Lauer: Give Nurses Some Help With Their Heavy Lifts; The Corner Office: Catholic Health Initiative’s Kevin Lofton on Dog and Pony Shows; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
The Hospital's Guide to Getting Hacked; CFO vs. CIO: Bridging the Gap in Perspective; EHRs and Big Data Take Medical Curriculum to School; CIO Roundtable: 5 Hospital, Health System CIOs on Interoperability, Information Security and Developing Technology; The Tests and Triumphs of Building a Hospital in the Age of Health IT; Solving the Revenue Cycle Paradox: What Options Do Struggling Hospitals Have?; 100 Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know; The Problem With EHRs: 5 Complaints From CIOsThe Problem With EHRs: 5 Complaints From CIOs; Mayo Chooses Epic; Hackers Break Into Anthem; Cerner Completes $1.3B Siemens Acquisition; Epic Leads 2014 Best in KLAS Awards; Getting More Out of Your EHR — A Look to the Future Software Apps Can Facilitate Workflow and Provide Clinical Decision Support to Optimize EHR Systems; 10 Pieces of Advice From Hospital CFOs; 20 Major Health Systems, Payers Pledge to Convert 75% of Business to Value-Based Arrangements by 2020; New HHS Goal: Make Half of Medicare Payments Under Alternative Models by 2018; Will the New IRS Rules Affect Competition Between Nonprofit and For-Profit Hospitals?; Want to Know How Much Insurers Pay Providers? There’s a Website for That; Building a Surgery Center Strategy Trends and Relevant Strategies for ASC Contracting; Why Advocate Joined the ‘75% by 2020’ Task Force; The New ‘ACO-Enabling Organization’ in Texas; The Most and Least Burned Out Physicians Broken Down by Specialty; ABIM: ‘We Got it Wrong’ With Maintenance of Certification Program Changes; Jefferson Health’s CEO Has Big Hopes for New Innovation Hub; 4 Questions All CEOs Should Ask Themselves Each Year; Staying Physically Fit While Excelling Professionally; Chuck Lauer: As Others Sell Their Practices or Walk Away, One Doctor Keeps On Truckin’; The Corner Office: Sinai Health System’s Karen Teitelbaum on Doing the Right Thing; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
200 thoughts on physician compensation | 2015; Healthcare strategy 2015-Back to basics: 12 key thoughts; What if we were wrong about the physician shortage?; 20 Statistics on Hospital, Health System Executive Compensation; Nurse Compensation Mostly Unchanged from 2013 to 2014;The Best Executive Compensation Packages: Attractive Yet Sensible;Financial Leaders Discuss Compensation Issues and Lessons Learned; The Ultimate Transaction Guidebook: How to Keep Your Hospital From Singing the Post-Merger Blues;5 Traits of a Good CFO in Healthcare;CMS Makes Changes to RAC Program; 2015 May Be Busy Year for Hospital Deals; Shifting Gears to Become a Strategic CFO: Q&A With Stanford Health Care CFO Daniel Morissette; Mayo Clinic Brings Expertise to China With New Joint Venture; 12 Questions to Ask Before Launching a Provider-Sponsored Health Plan; Tenet’s 2015 Financial Outlook Falls Below Expectations; Plans for Medicare Payment Overhaul Receive Mixed Reviews;MedPac’s Final Payment Recommendations to Congress: 5 Things to Know; What if We Were Wrong About The Physician Shortage?;New Physicians Overwhelmed by Job Opportunities; A Practical Approach to Population Health: Report From the Front-Lines of Healthcare Transformation; What Concerns Physicians About Value-Based Care?; In 10 Years, Nurse Practitioners Nearly Double; 40-Practice Physicians Association to Drop Out of MSSP; Waiting on the ROI: 3 Lessons From Health IT Investments; 25 Health IT Data Points on EHRs, MU, mHealth and Big Data; 6 Data Breach Predictions;257,000 Clinicians Face Meaningful Use Penalties in 2015;The Problem With EHRs: 5 Complaints From CIOs;Surprised Nobody Wants to Use Your Hospital’s Patient Portal?;Healthcare Strategy 2015 — Back to the Basics: 12 Key Thoughts;Do Good, and Don’t Complain: Q&A with Dr. Steven Gabbe, CEO of OSU Wexner Medical Center;10 Most Concerning Issues for Hospital CEOs; With 275 CEO Departures, Healthcare Again Leads in CEO Turnover; Sizing Down: Why One Health System Executive Created a Strategy Team “as Small as Reasonably Possible; Proving it Takes a Village: José R. Sánchez and Norwegian American’s Remarkable Turnaround; Chuck Lauer: A Hero’s Advice on Helping Others; From the Editor’s Desk: When It Comes to Party Politics, Some CEOs Put on More of a Poker Face Than Others; The Corner Office: Raji Kumar of Dallas Medical Center on the Competitiveness and Complexity of Healthcare;Hospital & Health System Executive Moves;Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
10 challenges and opportunities for hospitals in 2015; Succeeding at population health without an ACO; 10 smartest things people in healthcare do; Publisher’s Letter; 50 of the Most Powerful People in Healthcare; 4 CEOs Define Their Challenges and Resolutions for 2015; Is the Physician Shortage Real?5 Things to Consider; 10 things to know about the 89 new MSSP ACOs; Hospital CFOs' top concerns for 2015; To Build or Not to Build?; 10 Largest Donations From Individuals to Healthcare Organizations; 11 hospitals & health systems making health IT work for population health; In transition to value, CIOs must buy services — not software; 8 EMR mistakes hospitals make; 10 statistics on the current use of telemedicine in hospitals, health systems; 5 core management mistakes in health systems: Key causes of failure and business erosion; The leadership competency test; The problem to be solved; Can your hospital survive as an independent hospital? 9 questions to ask; Chuck Lauer: Simple, Timeless Insights Into the Art of Negotiation; From the Editor’s Desk: Healthcare's foggy and forgettable names; The Corner Office: Dr. Howard Grant of Lahey Health on the Passion and Intellect of Boston; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
December 2014 Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
The top 14 healthcare stories of 2014; A Year in Review; Will Bundled Payments Hurt Healthcare Innovation?; Publisher’s Letter; 11 CEOs: Why I Chose Healthcare; Becker’s CEO Roundtable: 12 Healthcare Leaders Compare Notes on Their Jobs and Their Industry; Universal Viewers: The Future of Image Viewing; 100 Hospitals and Health Systems With Great Heart Programs; The Accomplishments and Challenges of 2014; Hospital Closures and Bankruptcies; Largest Hospital, Health System Layoffs; A Year of Mixed Results, Continued Growth For ACOs; Identifying Trends in False Claims Act Enforcement; Department “Teams” Deliver Results; Simple and strategic: The next generation of executive benefits; Life After Healthcare: Why CIOs Do, and Don’t, Leave The Industry; Managing Cultural Change When Moving From Fee to Value: 11 Healthcare Leaders Respond; Patient Experience Affects Us All: Q&A With Cleveland Clinic CFO Dr. James Merlino; Chuck Lauer: Honoring One of Healthcare’s Finest; The Corner Office: Dr. Richard Afable of St. Joseph Hoag Health on Knocking Down Barriers, One by One; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
November 2014 Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
200 Hospital Benchmarks; The Burdens of Benchmarking; Hospital Credit Ratings: What the Shift From Inpatient to Outpatient Means for Performance Measurement; Health System CFOs on Their Changing Roles, Challenges and the Most Important Thing CFOs Can Do Today; ACOs in Pioneer Model, Shared Savings Program Improve Quality, Generate Savings; Dr. Farzad Mostashari: Why Hospital Leaders Should Embrace One of the PPACA’s Most Promising Provisions; More Pioneer ACOs Exit Program; 10 ACOs Earning Largest First-Year Performance Bonuses; The Ultimate CFO Dashboard: Metrics to Watch to Succeed in a Shifting Healthcare Industry; Do Automated Valuation Tools Realize Their Value Proposition?; Key Management Behaviors That Keep Enhancing the Value of Mature ASC Joint Ventures; Lonely at the Top: Why CIOs Rarely Become CEOs; Improving OR Performance With a Partner; Serve Locally, Govern Nationally: Board Recruitment Goes Borderless; From the Editor’s Desk: Peter Drucker’s Brilliant 47-Year-Old Idea Could Transform Healthcare; The Corner Office: Dr. Stephen Klasko of Jefferson Health System on Passion, Creativity and His “New Math”;Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
October 2014 Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
20 Investment Niches in Healthcare; 3 Things the Most Innovative Health Systems Do; Is This the End for Hospital Charity Care?; 6 Steps to Health-System Success in the New Reimbursement Landscape; 100 Hospitals and Health Systems With Great Oncology Programs; Untangling Innovation, Regulation and Competition in Healthcare; The New Normal: 6 Keys to Optimizing Alternate Care Supply Chain; 4 Health System Leaders Define Their Top Priorities, Challenges and What is Most in Need of Innovation in Healthcare; Are Hospitals Really Serious About Patient Safety? 6 Things We Can Learn from Other Industries; What the ‘Father of Modern Sociology’ Can Teach Hospitals About Physician Engagement; 15 Things to Know About the Physician Shortage; ACO Leader Roundtable: 3 Leaders on ACO Difficulties, Mistakes; The 10 Most In-Demand Clinician Specialties; 22 Pioneer ACOs Remain After Sharp Healthcare Drops Out; Physicians’ Top 10 Considerations for New Job Opportunities; Patient Blood Management Improves Outcomes, Lowers Costs; Has Maryland Found a Solution to the U.S. Healthcare Cost Crisis?; Finding the true cost of care: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta takes on activity-based costing; Moody’s: Nonprofit Hospital Revenues, Cash Flow Hit Record Low in 2013; Average Cost Per Inpatient Day Across 50 States; Has Your Surgery Department Lost Business to ASCs?; How 3 Startups Found Success in the Current Digital Health Market; Cleveland Clinic, Medstar, Others Begin to Monetize Their Innovation; Where Hospital IT Departments Are Adding Staff; The Conflicting Views on Epic’s Interoperability; How to Put Critical Access Hospitals in Positions of Strength; The Most Important Thing a CEO Does: 17 Healthcare Leaders Weigh In; Rising Stars: 25 Healthcare Leaders Under 40; Who Are You Hiring for Your C-Suite? 10 Statistics; The Growing Influence of For-Profit Pay Practices on Nonprofit Executive Pay; Chuck Lauer: EHRs Seem Like More of a Problem Than a Solution; From the Editor’s Desk: Uber’s 3 Innovation Lessons for Healthcare; Corner Office: Dr. Ronald DePinho of MD Anderson Cancer Center on His One and Only Mission; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
September 2014 Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
10 Concerns and Trends Facing Hospitals Right Now; Health City Cayman Islands: Where Your Patients Might Be Headed For Healthcare; Does More Value Mean Less Profit? How to Keep Pay-for-Performance From Hurting Hospital Income; Publisher’s Letter; 100 Accountable Care Organizations to Know; Population Health: Why the Hottest Term in Healthcare is Getting Problematic; What Are the Most Expensive Cities for Primary Care?; Dr. Farzad Mostashari on His Career, His New Startup and Closing Gaps in the Healthcare System; Patient-Centered Analytics for Population Health Management; Chief Executive Officer Strategy Roundtable Conference Brochure; Providers Consider an Uncertain Market: Will Accepting PPACA Exchange Plans Hurt Academic Medical Centers?; Hospital Outpatient Prices Much Higher Than Independent Physicians’ For Same Services; Additional 4,122 Healthcare Providers to Explore Bundled Payments; Healthcare Spending Slowdown to Reverse in 2014; Community Hospital Affiliation Strategies; 15 Things to Know About the Deal Between Partners HealthCare, Massachusetts AG Martha Coakley; Ascension, Dignity, Tenet to Enter Into Joint Venture; Consolidation in Healthcare: 3 Statistics; 5 Key Drivers of Acquisition and Affiliation Strategy; Integrating Value into Physician Employment Compensation Models; 26 of the Most Controversial People in Healthcare; 3 CMIOs on Their New and Changing Role; A New Approach to Healthcare Innovation: Hospital-Hosted Hackathons; How I Became a Healthcare CIO: 10 CIOs, 10 Different Career Paths; How 25-Bed Cottage Hospital Reached MU2; Study: Patients More Likely to Lie When Physicians Use EHRs; What Can Traditional Health Systems Do To Build Market Relevance?; CEO Succession Planning: How to Use Incumbents to Help, Not Hurt, an Executive Search; Wal-Mart’s Lessons for Reinventing Hospitals; Chuck Lauer: The Most Controversial Man in Healthcare? Why Arnold Relman is Sorely Missed; From the Editor’s Desk: Is Walgreens Doing More for Population Health Than You?; The Corner Office: Dr. David Pate of St. Luke's Health System on the Work Cut Out for Hospitals; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
August 2014 Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
How Some of America's Largest Companies Are Poised to Shake Up Healthcare; What Hospital Leaders Need to Know for Successful Direct Contracting With Employers; Health IT and Liability: How to Protect Your Hospital When Software Fails; Publisher’s Letter; 50 Largest Nonprofit Hospitals in America; 50 Largest For-Profit Hospitals in America; 50 Top-Grossing For-Profit Hospitals; 50 Top-Grossing Nonprofit Hospitals; 15 Largest Nonprofit Health Systems; 13 Largest For-Profit Hospital Operators; Executive Roundtable: A High-Level Look at Hospital Affiliations; CIO Roundtable Healthcare CIOs: Past, Present and Future; 10 Things to Know About Rising Hospital Charges; 10 of the Biggest Rivalries in Healthcare; What Narrow Networks Mean for Providers and Patients: 6 Things to Know; New Reimbursement Models to Eclipse Fee-for-Service by 2020; Financial Need is No Longer Leading Driver in Healthcare Acquisitions; Bundled Payment Program Progress: 6 Insights; 10 Top-Performing Healthcare Payers; ACOs by the Numbers: 8 Recent Statistics and Findings; 5 Key Provisions in a Successful Physician Employment Contract; Dr. Farzad Mostashari Launches Startup to Help Independent Physicians Form ACOs; Boeing to Contract With Providence-Swedish, UW ACOs for Employees; Building the Patient-Centered Hospital Home; How is Medicaid Expansion Affecting Healthcare Providers So Far?; 5 Things to Know About the Merger of Health Systems and Insurance Providers; Dignity Health’s Google Glass Success; 10 States With Highest, Lowest EHR Adoption; Apple Partners With Epic, Mayo on New Health App Platform; 4 EHR Issues That Can Compromise Patient Safety; 10 Key Findings from HHS' Latest Data Breach Report; 15 Things to Know About Google Glass in Healthcare; Optimizing Your Information Management Strategy During Mergers & Acquisitions; The Great Pay Debate: Should Nonprofit Hospital Board Members Receive Compensation?; Reinventing Healthcare: 5 Strategies for Successfully Leading Change; CEO Compensation in Healthcare: 10 Key Thoughts; The 5 Pivotal Decisions in a Leader's Career; Chuck Lauer: Don’t Take a Jet to the Grocery Store; The $9B Company About to Revolutionize Healthcare, And You've Probably Never Heard of It; The Corner Office: Dr. Stephen Mansfield of Methodist Health System on the Swagger and Generosity of Dallas; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
July 2014 Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
The Outpatient Payment Rate Debate: What Lower Reimbursement Would Mean for Hospitals; Integrated Chaos: Health Systems and the Aftermath of Defensive Physician Acquisitions; Too Small to Fail: Why Letting Community Hospitals Die Isn't an Option; Publisher’s Letter; ; Population Health Lessons From Hospitals in the U.S.' Healthiest Counties: 3 CEOs Share Successes; Population Health Lessons From Hospitals in the U.S.' Healthiest Counties: 3 CEOs Share Successes; 5 Things to Know About Co-Management Agreements; CEOs: Population Health Experience is Hardest Skill Set to Find; 10 States With the Fewest Primary Care Physicians by Population; Making Costs Clear: How Hospitals Can Help Drive Price Transparency Tool Development; 3 Key Findings on the Newly Insured; Moody's: Hospitals That Invest in IT, Outpatient Will Win; Tracking and Trending: How Hospitals Should Handle the Rise in Commercial Audits; Community Hospital Innovation; Doing More With Less: Forgoing and Simplifying in Health IT; NewYork-Presbyterian, Columbia Pay Largest-Ever HIPAA Fine;The CEO's Guide to Getting Fired; 7 Things CEOs Can Do Today to Advance Their Careers; 10 Things to Know About Henry Ford Hospital; 10 Things to Know About the Federation of American Hospitals; 10 Things to Know About Carolinas HealthCare System; 10 Things to Know about the American Medical Association; 4 Traits of "Invisible" People — And Why Your Organization Needs Them; Top 7 Strategic Priorities in the Hospital C-Suite; The Ethics of a Good Night’s Sleep; Priceline.com for Healthcare? Yes, Please; The Corner Office: Ruth Brinkley of KentuckyOne on Human Connections; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
June 2014 Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
What if Medicare Were the Only Payer?; Building Brands and Networks: What Clinical Affiliations Mean for Providers and the Healthcare Industry; “My Best Investment”: 9 Hospital Executives Reflect; Publisher’s Letter; Our Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2014 Becker’s Healthcare Leadership Awards; Hospitals Feeling the Squeeze: 4 CFOs on Today's Most Pressing Financial Issues; CMS Data: 25% of Physicians Account for Most Medicare Spending; The Costs of 10 Top Medicare Readmission Conditions; Moody's: Nonprofit Hospital Expenses Still Growing Faster Than Revenues; 4 Key Recommendations for Improving Healthcare Price Transparency; OIG: Medicare Should Reduce HOPD Surgery Payments to ASC Rates; The Truth Behind Variation in Episode Payments; AHA: Changes Need to Be Made to Medicare ACO Programs; Study: Majority of Patients Veer Outside of ACO Networks for Specialty Care; Total Number of ACOs Tops 520; Fewer Hospitals Acquiring Physician Groups; Dr. Toby Cosgrove: The Concepts Behind Cleveland Clinic's Success; 7 Tips on Avoiding, Resolving Hospital-Physician Conflicts; Does CEO Tenure Affect the Value of Hospitals?; Why Some Health Systems Aren't "Systems" at All: Q&A With Dr. John Toussaint, CEO of ThedaCare Center for Healthcare Value; 8 Keys to Successful Health System Strategic Planning; 6 Remarkable Quotes From Medical School Commencement Speeches; 9 Things for Hospital Boards to Consider in Transactions; 20 Statistics on Hospital Transactions by Bed Count; FTC Blocks the ProMedica-St. Luke's Merger: 5 Things to Know; UPMC Sells Irish Hospital; Maximize the Value of Population Management Programs With Advanced Analytics; 12 IT Positions With the Largest, Fastest-Growing Salaries; 10 Things to Know About Epic; MU Attestation Not Associated With Care Quality, According to Brigham and Women's Hospital Study; 3 Insights From the First Industrywide Cyberattack Drill; Kaiser, Legacy Health, Others Join OpenNotes Initiative; 32% of CEOs Don't Think Their C-Suite is Built to Achieve Strategic Goals; In Hospitals, "Management by Walking Around" Can Do More Harm Than Good; Notes on Leadership: 15 Insights from Hospital & Health System CEOs; Improving Patient Collections at Children's Hospital Oakland; 10 Things to Know About HCA; 10 Things to Know About UPMC; 10 Things to Know About Mayo Clinic; 10 Things to Know About the American Hospital Association; 3 Essential Steps for Hospitals to Turn Around Their Surgery Centers; 5 Surgery Center Joint Venture Models; For a Look at the Future, Look to the Caymans; Is Your Hospital a Great Workplace? To Get the Answer, Look in the Middle; You Only Need to Do 4 Things to Be a Great Leader, Study Finds; The Corner Office: Alan Channing of Sinai Health System and His Favorite Audacious Notion; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
May 2014 Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
8 of the Most Interesting Developments in Healthcare; Meet the Winners and Losers of Accountable Care; Troubled Transactions: Why There's Still Hope for Financially Struggling Hospitals; Publisher’s Letter; Which Physicians Would Choose Their Specialty Again?; Employed, Independent Physicians Equally Satisfied; Shortage of 1,500 Oncologists Slated to Hit by 2025; What it Takes to Build a High Performing Medical Group; CMO Roundtable: 5 CMOs on the Challenges, Opportunities of Leading Physicians in an Era of Healthcare Reform; Pay Gap Between Specialists, Primary Care Physicians Diminishing; 10 IT Jobs With Climbing Salaries; How are Employed Physicians Paid?; OIG to Analyze Limits on Hospital Executive Compensation; 5 Observations on Hospital-ASC Joint Ventures; 5 Recent Hospital & ASC Joint Ventures; 10 Things to Know About Cleveland Clinic; 10 Things to Know About Kaiser Permanente; The Growing Movement Toward the OB-ED; Top Advice From Top CIOs; Better Together: Building Productive Working Relationships Between IT and Informatics Executives; Hospitals' Predicted ROI for MU2: 9 Statistics; Intermountain to Skip MU Attestation in 2014; How to Position Community Hospitals for Future Success; Moody's: Most Hospitals Will See Less Revenue Under Two-Midnight Rule; The Decline of the Inpatient: 5 Observations; 54 Statistics on Hospital Medicare Margins; 4 Characteristics of Poorly Performing Hospitals; OIG: Incorrect Clinic Claims Rampant at Hospitals; How Pay-for-Performance Compensation Plans Can Facilitate Physician Alignment; When Pay for Performance Hits Hospital Employee Paychecks; Operation Population Health: Cultural and Process Changes Facing Hospitals Today; Stay the Course, CEOs; 10 Free (Or Very Inexpensive) Ways To Engage Staff; The Corner Office: Dr. Vivian Lee of University of Utah Health Care on Where She Finds Optimism; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
April 2014 Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
10 Key Healthcare Transaction Trends; Post Your Price: It's Not So Simple for Hospital Executives; The Google Approach: How Hospitals Can Create Cultures That Drive Employee Engagement, Satisfaction; Publisher’s Letter; CEO Roundtable: The Evolution of the C-Suite; Shaping the Future of Healthcare: How Physicians Make a Difference by Leading Hospital Initiatives; Are We Trading Happy Physicians for Efficient Ones?; 5 Observations on ACOs; ACO Success Rates on Quality Measures Vary; Study: Patient-Centered Medical Home Model Ineffective; Transforming the OR: Surviving the Big Squeeze; How to Make Population Health Management Personal; What Organizations do Hospitals Partner With for Population Health?; Top 20 Costliest Surgical Procedures Performed in Hospitals; Becker’s Hospital Review 5th Annual Meeting; Raising the Bar for Raising Dollars: Do's and Don'ts for Today's Hospital Philanthropy; Do Checklists Work in Healthcare? Patient Safety, Behaviors and Organizational Culture; Washington State Hospital Association Sues State Over New Certificate of Need Policy; IT Staff Recruiting: How to Lure Employees Who Could Work Anywhere; 16 Regional HIOs Partner to Address Data Exchange Challenges; Epic, Walgreens, UnitedHealth, Kaiser Partner to Share Patient Data; 10 States With the Most HIMSS Stage 6, 7 Hospitals; Connecting with Hearts and Minds: A Set of Qualities and Skills Every Leader Needs; HealthCare Appraisers' 2014 ASC Valuation Survey: Statistics on Valuation Multiples, Management Fees; Creating a Foundation for Actionable Analytics; 12 Insights Into Great Leadership; The Corner Office: Joel Allison of Baylor Scott & White Health on Finding the Calling; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
March Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
The Great Pay Debate: 5 Hospital Executive Compensation Trends for 2014; The Cost of Price Transparency; Is Academic Medicine As We Know It DOA?; Publisher’s Letter; 200 Statistics on Physician Compensation; CFO Roundtable: How Will 3 Major Changes for the Year Ahead Impact Finances?; Stretching the Primary Care Continuum: Retail vs. Urgent Care; Pioneer, Shared Savings ACOs Save Medicare $380M; 9 Rural Providers in Michigan, California and Indiana Form ACO; ACOs Take $4M of Startup Capital, Survey Finds; Challenges and Opportunities of Forming ASC Joint Ventures; Becker’s Hospital Review 5th Annual Meeting; The Times Are Changing, But the Values Remain the Same; Coding Crunch: 7 ICD-10 Lessons From Cedars-Sinai; 7 Common ICD-10 Errors for Hospital Coders; 74% of Physicians Have Not Started ICD-10 Prep, Survey Finds; Focusing on the Patient, Not the Condition: What Hospitals Need to Know About Avoiding Medicare Readmission Penalties; AHA: Hospital Medicare, Medicaid Payments Cut by $113B Since 2010; CMS Extends Transparency Movement to Physician Payment; The Growing Bottom Line: 16 Statistics on Profits by Hospital Bed Count; The Virtual Primary Healthcare Revolution: What Health Systems Need To Know; For CIOs, It’s About More Than Money; Measuring the Ripple Effect: Calculating the ROI of Health IT; A ‘Disruptive’ Model: How Implant Partners is Shaking Up the Orthopedic Device Model; 50 Rural Hospital CEOs to Know; How Disruptive Change is Blurring the Lines Between Providers and Payers; The Corner Office: Dr. Mike Schatzlein of Saint Thomas Health on Music and Modern Medicine; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
February Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Health IT Implementation: How Complex Systems Turn Action Into the “Most Difficult Thing In the World”; EHRs and Health IT Projects: Are They Battering Hospitals’ Financial Profiles?; Meaningful Use Outside of the Metropolis: The Challenges of Rural Health IT Adoption; Publisher’s Letter; 100 Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know; 5 Things to Know About the MU Extension; Health IT Employment Snapshot: EMR Technicians; Bipartisan Legislation Would Create Federal Definition of Telehealth; ONC: The Most Commonly Used MU2-Ready EHR Vendors; Keeping With the Fortune 500; It’s Not Easy to Engage Patients — Even for ACOs; CMS Names 123 New Medicare Shared Savings ACOs; 10 States With the Most Physicians 60 or Older; Survey: Number of Providers in ACOs to Double by 2016; Transforming ACO Physician Practices Into Patient-Centered Medical Homes; Up Your ICU Management Game with a Tele-ICU Program; S&P Overhaul of Credit Ratings Could Affect 20% of Its Hospital Base; Top 5 Most Expensive Inpatient Conditions by Payer; Study: Lower-Price Hospitals Trigger Price Reductions at Other Hospitals; Fitch: 2014 Does Not Look Good for Nonprofit Hospitals; AHA: Providers Like Tuomey Should Not Be Penalized for Trusting Attorneys’ Advice; Judge: Halifax Violated Stark Law With Bonuses to Oncologists; ACLU Sues Catholic Bishops Over Directives for Catholic Hospitals; DOJ Recovers $2.6B From Healthcare False Claims Act Cases; Doctors, First Heal Thine Manners; The Corner Office: Quick Thoughts From Dr. David Bailey of Nemours; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
January Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
10 Challenges and Opportunities for Hospitals in 2014; The Future of Hospitals: Visions of the Healthcare Landscape in 2035; Staying Strong Under Pressure: Nonprofit Hospitals Discuss the Year Ahead; Publisher’s Letter; Salaries for Health System CEOs Increase 4% in 2013; 50 of the Most Powerful People in Healthcare; Becker’s CEO Roundtable 2013: 12 Leaders on the Biggest Healthcare Challenges Today; Incorporating Pharmacists Into ACOs: The Next Step for Cost Savings; CMS: 1,451 Hospitals Penalized in 2014 Value-Based Purchasing Program; OIG: High Hospital Charges Lead to Excessive Medicare Outlier Payments; Clinical Executives’ Crucial Role in Health IT Implementation; 100 Hospitals With Great Heart Programs; 8 Truths on Health Reform; The Corner Office: Quick Thoughts From Randy Oostra of ProMedica Health System; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
December Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
The 10 Biggest Hospital Stories of 2013; More Employee Responsibility, More Unpaid Bills?; Remember When it Was Called a “Hospital System”?; Publisher’s Letter; 300 Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know; 3 Factors Associated With ACO Formation; Study: Patient-Centered Medical Homes Have Higher Operating Costs, Revenues; Study: 5 Drivers of Physician Satisfaction; Accountable Care Organizations and Market Share: Could Care Coordination Drive Monopolization?; Countdown to the Biggest Year of Healthcare Reform: AHA President and CEO Rich Umbdenstock Discusses Challenges, How Hospitals Will Adjust; 5 Steps for Reducing Inappropriate Hospital Readmissions; Becker’s Hospital Review 5th Annual Meeting Brochure; Q3 Healthcare Merger and Acquisition Activity Up 20%; Moody’s: 5 Key For-Profit Hospital Consolidation Trends; Tenet Closes on $4.3B Vanguard Acquisition; 7 Key Components of Employee Leasing Arrangements; 3 Observations About the EHR Market in 2013 and Beyond; The New World of Visual Healthcare Enterprise and Regional Imaging Optimizes the EHR; CFOs as “Chief Flight Officers”: CHE Trinity Health’s Ben Carter on Financial Leadership Today; Lowe’s, Wal-Mart Strike Deal With 4 Hospitals for Hip, Knee Replacements; S&P: Financial Profiles of Lower-Rated, Small Hospitals Will Weaken; The Financial Risks of Transitioning to ICD-10: Key Considerations for Hospitals and Health Systems; The Power of Priorities: How Hospital Leaders Can Regain Control of Their Time; Chuck Lauer: Why Workplace Incivility Isn’t Just a Problem for HR; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
November Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Opening Up: How Pricing Transparency Will Change Hospital Benchmarking; Safety-Nets: Can They Go From “Last Resort” to “Hospitals of Choice”?; Physician Compensation: 10 Core Legal and Regulatory Concepts; 200 Hospital Benchmarks — 2013; Restructuring for Future Success: Q&A With SSM Health Care’s Chris Howard; Reducing ACO Patient Leakage Begins With Education; Despite Increases in Hospital Employment, 53% of Physicians Are Self-Employed; 3 Steps to Ensure Physician Alignment, Performance and Career Satisfaction; From Sprints to Marathons: How to Help Hospital Leaders Cope With Continuous Change; Big Data and HIEs are Paving the Way to Meaningful Population Health Management; Keeping Healthcare Local: Why Some Providers Choose Non-Ownership Collaborations Over Mergers; Rural Healthcare Amidst Reform: Are Critical Access Hospitals Endangered?; Study: Highest-Priced Hospitals Have Charges Up to 60% Higher Than Competitors; CMS Issues Final Rule Cutting $1.1B in Medicaid DSH Payments; 14 Statistics on Healthcare CEO Severance Packages; 60 Statistics on Physician Compensation by Specialty; My 20 Life Lessons; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
October Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
5 Things the Most Innovative Health Systems Do Differently; 50 Things to Know About the Hospital Industry; Market Matters: How Major Hospitals Mergers Have Avoided Antitrust Issues; Rising Stars: 25 Healthcare Leaders Under 40; How Ideas Become Innovations: Roundtable With Healthcare Innovation Leaders From UCLA, Ohio State; The Time Is Now: 4 Steps to Help Providers Succeed in a Value-Based World; Keys to Success as an ACO: Model Physician Relations Maintaining Entrepreneurial Incentive and Self-Direction; Independent Physicians Slow to Accept ACOs, Survey Finds; Medicare ACO Growth Outpaces Commercial ACOs; At the Forefront: How Hospitals Can Be on the Cutting Edge With Payers; S&P: Hospitals Had Stable 2012, But Financial Ratios Likely to Weaken in 2013; 9 Major For-Profit Hospital Companies Record $600M in Quarterly Earnings; State Law Now Requires North Carolina Hospitals to Post Prices for 140 Procedures; OIG: Medicare Could Save Millions by Reassessing Critical Access Hospitals; Moody’s: 132 Statistics on Nonprofit Hospital Medians; Preparing for ICD-10’s Impact on Your Revenue Cycle; Stop the Noise: How Hospitals Can Provide Physicians With Meaningful Feedback; Maximize the Contact Center and Bridge Patient Communication Gaps in a New Healthcare Setting; Becker’s Hospital Review 5th Annual Meeting Brochure; Phoebe Putney Won’t Have to Sell Palmyra Hospital in FTC Settlement; 9 Considerations for Developing a Long-Term Acute-Care Hospital; Sacred Heart Hospital Paid $5.5M to Companies Owned by Former CEO; Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Must Refund $538k; Northwestern University to Pay $2.9M to Settle False Claims Act Allegations Over Cancer Research Funds; The Supply Chain’s Role in Making or Breaking Hospitals’ Margins, Competitive Edge; Preparing for Health Exchanges: 14 Questions to Assess Your Organization’s Readiness; 50 of the Greenest Hospitals in America; Chuck Lauer: Accountability; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
September Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
How Much Should We Expect Healthcare to Mimic Other Industries?; Hospital Layoffs on the Rise: 4 Best Practices for Hospitals Facing the Last Resort; Consolidation Nation: Where Will the Hospital Industry Stand After the Tenet-Vanguard Merger?; CFO Roundtable: 4 CFOs Discuss Changing Healthcare Economics; Coordinating Care and Incentives: Q&A With Cleveland Clinic CFO Steve Glass; 100 Accountable Care Organizations to Know; 9 Digital Patient Engagement & Hospital Marketing Strategies to Improve Patient Acquisition and Retention; 7 Common Reasons for Hospital Transactions; 9 Pioneer ACOs Plan to Leave the Program, Despite Quality Improvement; 67% of Physicians Report No Personal Financial Benefit From ACOs; 70% of Physicians Get at Least 3 Calls Per Week for New Practice Opportunities; Hospital CEO, CFO Compensation: 54 Statistics; Stop Paying for Paltry Performance: 5 Tips For Hospital Leaders; Moody’s: Hospitals Will See “Eroding Profits” in Move to New Payment Models; Study: Larger, Investor-Owned Hospitals Typically Have Higher Charges; Number of Providers With Risk-Based Contracts More Than Doubles Since 2011; As Hospitals Rapidly Expand Into Ambulatory Care Sites, How Can They Better Manage Supply Chain?; Updated Fraud Self-Disclosure Protocol: 5 Considerations for Healthcare Providers; FTC Releases New Guidance for Red Flags Rule; A Public-Private Enterprise: Why Intellectual Property is a Mainstay at Academic Hospitals; From ICUs to PCMHs: Addressing Quality Across the Continuum of Care; The Value of Time in Healthcare; How Investments in Community Health Pay Off; Chuck Lauer: The Patient is Your Boss; Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
April Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Is Bigger Always Better? Exploring the Risks of Health System Mega-Mergers; Is Center of Excellence Investment the Silver Bullet Healthcare Has Been Looking For?; 9 Ingenious Ways to Cut Costs at Your Hospital; Transforming Healthcare: A Conversation With Presence Health CEO Sandra Bruce & St. Joseph Health CEO Deborah Proctor; Key Specialties Roundtable: What’s in Store for Service Lines and Their Leaders in 2013?; Strategic Physician Onboarding: 7 Tactics for Minimizing Losses on Employed Medical Practices; Financial Modeling: Predictive Insight into Value-Based Care Success; 28 Statistics on Providers and ACO Development; Moody’s: Record $20B of Non-Profit Healthcare Debt Downgraded in 2012; Better Care, Greater Value: New Partnership Opportunities for Health Systems, Insurers and Physician Practices; Supreme Court Sides With FTC in Phoebe Putney Case; Only 1.8% of Hospitals Are Paperless With a Full EMR; Report: More Than Half of Data Breaches Since 2009 Resulted From Theft, Loss; Cerner, Epic Rate Highest in ICD-10 Preparedness, According to Providers; 5 Things the Most Extraordinary Hospital CEOs Do; 6 Tips to Engage, Retain and Recruit Physicians; Physician Engagement: 20 Survey Findings; Chuck Lauer: Trust; Incentivizing Physicians for Quality Through Data, Compensation and Cultural Redefinition; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
March Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Hospital and Health System Executive Compensation in 2013: 8 Trends to Monitor; Health Reform in 2013:What’s Happened, What’s Left & What It Means for Providers; What Makes a Hospital Attractive to Employers?; Publisher’s Letter; Strong Culture Can Lead to Lasting Change: Q&A With Randy Oostra, CEO of ProMedica; Finding Value in Your Organization: Q&A With Baylor Health CFO Fred Savelsbergh; 100 Hospitals and Health Systems With Great Oncology Programs; 200 Statistics on Physician Compensation; 7 Trends in Hospital-Employed Physician Compensation; The 7 Components of a Clinical Integration Network; Providers Becoming Payors: Should Hospitals Start Their Own Health Plans?; 4 Things Executives Should Know Prior to a Hospital-ASC Joint Venture; 10 Hospitals Planning or Opening Surgery Center Joint Ventures; Have You Assessed Your Reform Readiness? 6 Tips to Enhance Your Care Continuum; Staying Nimble, Saving Money: Considerations for Outsourcing HR; Chuck Lauer: The Shameful State of Our Hospitals; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
February Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare: Examples From 3 Top Health Systems; The Rise of Big Data in Hospitals; Opportunities Behind the Phenomenon: How Can Retail Health Help Hospitals Meet Health Reform Goals?; Publisher’s Letter; Vendor Neutral Archiving: Putting Healthcare Back in the Data Driver's Seat; Health IT Roundtable: What Are the Biggest Health IT Issues Going Into 2013?; If Interoperability is the Future of Healthcare, What’s the Delay?; 9 Ways Hospitals Should Prepare for HIPAA Audits; Medical Device Interoperability Presents Patient Safety Challenges, Opportunities; 9 Best Practices For Hospital Data Security in a "Bring Your Own" Era; How Does the Rise of Computers in Exam Rooms Impact Patient Care?; 100 Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know; Talent Wins – It's That Simple: 6 Ways to Ensure You Have the Team to Succeed; How Has the Rise of Physician Employment Changed Hospitals’ Recruitment Strategies?; 10 Steps for Hospitals to Follow to Recruit New Physicians; Leadership is Central to Healthcare System Reform; 5 Areas Where Hospitals Can Spend Smarter; Which Insurer is Most Willing to Offer Performance-Based Contracts?; 9 Strategies for Robust Healthcare Due Diligence; 6 Cornerstones of Operating Room Efficiency: Best Practices for Each; 10 Latest OR Expansions; Chuck Lauer: Keep it Simple; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
January Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
8 Key Issues for Hospitals and Health Systems in 2013; The Year Ahead: 10 Challenges That Will Shape Hospital Strategy; 11 Ways Hospitals and Health Systems Can Increase Profitability; Publisher’s Letter; 50 of the Most Powerful People in Healthcare; 10 Ideas That Hospital and Health System CEOs Need to Ditch; Finding Context Through a Mentor: Q&A With Gary Mecklenburg and Larry Goldberg; Hospital Operators on ACOs: Lay the Groundwork, or Wait and See?; Charity Care and Property Taxes: Why They Are Now Inseparable; Moody’s: Obama’s Second Term is Credit Neutral for Non-Profit Hospitals; Uncompensated Care Costs Could Top $53B by 2019; Chuck Lauer: What Makes a Great Mentor: 10 Traits of True Leadership; Hospital & Health System Transactions (Jan 2013); Hospital & Health System Executive Moves (Jan 2013). Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
November/December Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
The 12 “Biggest” Hospital Stories of 2012; Managing the Transition to Value-Based Reimbursement: 8 Core Strategies to Mind the Gap; Pension Management Predicaments? 3 Dominant Hospital Pension Strategies; Publisher’s Letter; 2012 CEO Strategy Roundtable; 200 Hospital Benchmarks; Mastering the Matrix of Healthcare: Q&A With Syd Bersante, President of St. Joseph Medical Center in Washington; Passionate Physician Leader: Q&A with Dr. John McCabe, CEO of Upstate University Hospital; The Emergency Department is Overflowing With Opportunity; 6 Steps to Encourage Patient Safety Innovation at Hospitals; 5 Compensation Options for ACO Physicians; U.S. Physician Shortage to Reach 130,000; NCQA Releases ACO Measures; Providing Specialty Care Across the Country: NorthShore CEO Mark Neaman & Mayo Clinic Network Medical Director Dr. David Hayes Discuss Their Collaboration; 5 Questions to Discover Cultural Compatibility in a Hospital Transaction; HHS Finalizes One-Year Delay of ICD-10 to 2014; Hospitals, Providers to Lose $11.1B From Medicare Sequestration Cuts; Cardiology & Medical Necessity: How Your Hospital Can Avoid Heart-Related Investigations; Providers Can’t Challenge Year-Old RAC Audits, Court Rules; California AG Investigates Hospital-Physician Deals for Antitrust Violations; 3 Major Trends for Call Coverage, Medical Direction; 13 Statistics on Daily Stipends and On-Call Physician Compensation; 104 Statistics on Hospital Executive Salary Growth; Chuck Lauer: An IT Boondoggle?; 4 Strategies to Boost Hospitals’ HCAHPS Scores; Hospital & Health System Transactions (Nov/Dec 2012); Hospital & Health System Executive Moves (Nov/Dec 2012). Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
October Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Hospital and Health System Strategy in 2012: 6 Key Initiatives; What Can Healthcare Learn From Other Industries? 5 Lessons; Credit Downgrades: How Could They Impact a Hospital’s Capital Structure?; Publisher’s Letter; 101 Hospitals With Great Orthopedic Programs; Facing Challenges With Meaningful Affiliations: Q&A With The Mount Sinai Medical Center CEO Dr. Kenneth Davis; Unafraid to Change Her Mind: Q&A With Dr. Melinda Estes, CEO of Saint Luke’s Health System; Ideas Into Action: 3 Hospital CEOs Talk Strategy Going Into 2013; Overworked and Exhausted: How to Alleviate Nursing Resources Through Employee Engagement and Recognition; 5 Questions for Building Physician Engagement; 5 Compensation Options for ACO Physicians; The New Competitive Edge for Hospitals and ACOs: Employee Health; It’s Time for CEOs and Boards to Come Together on Compensation Issues to Ensure Profitability; Raising Hospital Value Multiples: 5 Best Practices; Transparency is the Key: 3 Tips to Manage Physician Opposition to a Transaction Finance & Revenue Cycle; 8 Tips to Improve Your Hospital’s Operating Margin; 4 Key Legal Issues for ACOs; Carolinas HealthCare System’s CMO Dr. Roger Ray: Embracing Transparency to Drive Quality; Moving Beyond Traditional Hospital Operations: The Value of Integrating Service Lines Health Information Technology; CMS Releases Final Rule for Stage 2 of the EHR Incentive Program; 6 Steps for Hospitals to Achieve Interoperability; Chuck Lauer: Greater Awareness of HAIs Has Not Translated Into Action; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves (Channels – Leadership & Executive Moves). Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
September/October Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Has Healthcare Reform Brought the End to “Hospital Systems?”; 5 Observations on the State of Hospital Credit Markets; Publisher’s Letter; 10 Considerations for Hospitals in the Aftermath of Supreme Court’s PPACA Decision; 300 Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know; 100 Great Community Hospitals; Protecting and Preserving the Community Hospital — Immediate Actions for Future Success; What the Health? How Hospital Leaders Can Prepare Their Systems for Reform; How a Banker Turns Around a Struggling System: Q&A With Carlos Migoya, CEO of Jackson Health System; 25 Largest Non-Profit Hospitals in America; 25 Largest For-Profit Hospitals in America; 25 Top Grossing Non-Profit Hospitals in America; 25 Top Grossing For-Profit Hospitals in America; 15 Largest For-Profit Hospital Operators of 2012; 25 Largest Non-Profit Hospital Systems; Advancing Accountable Care: 5 Hospital ACO Leaders Share Insight; 6 Characteristics of High-Performing Healthcare Organizations; Healthcare M&A Activity: Key Trends for Transactions, Valuation of Ambulatory Services; Moody’s: Supreme Court Ruling “Credit Neutral” for Hospitals; Feds Propose Rules to Control Collection Practices at Non-Profit Hospitals; Adding Value to Healthcare by Eliminating Waste: Q&A With Virginia Mason Medical Center CEO Dr. Gary Kaplan; 5 Cornerstones of a Culture of Compliance for Hospitals; Congress Asks GAO: Are Medicare Audit Contractors Duplicative?; HCA: U.S. Attorney’s Office Requested Information on Medical Necessity of Interventional Cardiology Services; Healthcare Reform After the Supreme Court: Where Do We Go Now; 5 Responses to Healthcare Reform That Can Ensure Perioperative Success; Chuck Lauer: 10 Observations on the Affordable Care Act and Our Future; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive; 6 Trends in an Era of Consumer-Driven Healthcare. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
July/August Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Is the Community Hospital a Dying Model, or is it the Future of Healthcare?; 7 Things Hospitals Should Know About Professional Services Agreements; Are You an Old or New Era Hospital Leader?; Publisher’s Letter; The Chief of Change: Q&A With Dr. Ralph de la Torre, CEO of Steward Health Care; Reinventing a Hospital’s Philosophy: Q&A With Dr. Ronald A. Paulus, President and CEO of Mission Health; 100 Physician Leaders of Hospitals and Health Systems; Community Hospital CEO Panel: 3 Leaders Share Insights on the State of Community Hospitals; Examining the Crossroads of Culture, Engagement and Patient Satisfaction Physician-Hospital Relationships & ACOs; Who Will Be on Your Team? Acquiring a Physician Practice Requires Multi-Faceted Due Diligence; Physician Engagement: 20 Survey Findings; Six Sigma, 10 Years on: Was “the Promise” Realized?; Don’t Fear Clinical Integration: One Reason Community Hospitals May Have an Edge; 11 Best Practices for Commercial Payor Negotiations on New Payment Models; Moody’s: The 5 Most Prominent Areas of Focus in High-Performing Hospitals; AHA Supports Postponing ICD-10 Until 2014; 10 Steps to Increase the Value of a Hospital or Surgery Center; Community Hospitals Must Lead With Experience, Close With Compassion; Performance of Rural Healthcare Under the Affordable Care Act; Chuck Lauer: Why We Need to Keep Our Community Hospitals Strong; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
June Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
11 Hospital, Health System Executive Compensation Trends; The Future of the American Hospital: Role and Relevancy in the Next Decade; 8 Biggest Mistakes an ACO Can Make; Publisher's Letter; 80 Accountable Care Organizations to Know; A “Lean” Vision Drives Stanford Hospital & Clinics’ Performance: Q&A With CEO Amir Dan Rubin; Surgically Remodeling a Hospital: Q&A With Dr. Jeffrey Steinberg, CEO of Vanguard’s Weiss Memorial Hospital; Compensation Manifesto: 11 Steps for Hospital CEOs and Compensation Committees to “Get it Right”; 200 Statistics on Physician Compensation; Physician-Generated Hospital Revenue vs. Salary: 48 Statistics; 28 Statistics on Highest On-Call Coverage Per Diem Payments; 7 Steps to Navigate Payment Allocation Under ACOs; Physician Strategy as the Foundation to Improving Community Health; Hospital CFO Panel: How Are You Approaching Your Fiscal Strategy Right Now? Finance & Revenue Cycle Issue; CMS Releases FY 2013 IPPS Proposed Rule: 12 Points to Know; Moody’s: 2012 Shows Even Mix of Hospital Upgrades, Downgrades; Fitch: Patient Admissions, Pricing Trends Mixed at For-Profit Hospitals; An Overview of Recent Challenges to Hospital Transactions: Is the FTC Really More Aggressive?; Community Health Needs Assessment: 5 Phases to Compliance; OIG Claims Georgetown University Hospital Overbilled Medicare by 659K; The OR Efficiency Game Plan: Using Daily Huddles to Streamline Care; The Next Iteration of Hospital-Physician Alignment: Making Medicare Profitable; What We Need to Do if the Supreme Court Strikes Down the Healthcare Law; Hospital & Health System Transactions June 2012; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves June 2012. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
May/June Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
10 Pillars of Success for Top Healthcare Workplaces; Primary Care Strategy: The Most Important Decisions Hospitals Can Make; 7 Strategies to Help Hospitals Break Even on Medicare; Publisher's Letter; 100 Great Hospitals; 100 Great Places to Work in Healthcare; Secrets for Success in the Current Healthcare Climate: Q& With UW Medicine CEO Dr. Paul G. Ramsey; Putting Employees First: How to Improve Patient Experience, Profitability; Creating an Environment of Excellence: Q&A With Henry Ford Health System CEO Nancy Schlichting; Constructing a Strategic Roadmap Ensures Specialist Employment Decisions are “Investment Grade"; 9 Ways Better Data Can Drive Hospital Bundled Payment Initiatives; Healthcare Analytics Takes Supply Chain From The Delivery Dock to the C-Suite; Anesthesia Involvement in Hospital Strategy, Leadership Crucial to Department, Facility Success; MedPAC: Hospital Payments Should Increase by 1%; Recipe for Growing Market Share Through Data Optimization; Crafting Successful ASC Joint Ventures in 2012: Q&A With Jeff Peo, Donna Greene & Brandon Frazier of ASCOA; 10 New Surgery Centers Planned or Developed by Hospitals; Hospital-Payor Contracting: Antitrust Concerns Surround Exclusive Contracts & Most-Favored Nation Clauses; CHS, West Tennessee Healthcare Settle Long-Term Antitrust Dispute; FTC Requests Supreme Court Review of Georgia Hospital Sale; Navigating the Care Continuum: The Next Frontier for Providers; 3 Steps for Adding a Perioperative Specialist to Your Surgical Process; Perioperative Efficiency Study: 8-Step Process May Improve OR On-Start Times Executive Briefing: Real-Time Health Reform; "Real-Time” Health Reform: Using capacity more efficiently may be the fastest way to generate hospital revenue; 6 Benefits & Challenges in CMS’ Meaningful Use Stage 2 Proposed Rule; Employee Engagement No Longer a “Soft” Science: 3 Steps to Cultivate More Committed Employees; 10 Factors in Creating a Positive Work Environment; Hospital & Health System Transactions May/June 2012; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves May/June 2012. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
March/April Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Healthcare Reform: Two Years Gone, Now What's on the Horizon?; 7 Steps for Building a Top-Tier Cancer Center; Despite Distressed Assets, Private Equity Firms See Value in Healthcare; Publisher's Letter; 70 Hospitals and Health Systems With Great Oncology Programs; Turning Challenges Into Opportunities: Q&A With Brigham and Women’s Hospital President Dr. Elizabeth Nabel; 5 Hospital and Health System CEOs: What “Top Performance” Looks Like to Me; “Everyone Rowing Together”: Q&A With Vanderbilt Heart and Vascular Institute Executive Director and CMO Dr. Keith Churchwell; This is the Worst Time for Healthcare CEO Paralysis; Bridging the Gap Between Fee-for-Service and Value-Based Care Starts With Physician Feedback; 7 Best Practices for Hospitals Implementing a Health Information Exchange; Becker’s Hospital Review Annual Meeting Conference Brochure; A Culture of Continuous Improvement is Necessary for Success Under Value-Based Care; CBO: Most Demonstration Projects Don’t Curb Medicare Costs; Survey Suggests Joint Ventures With Physicians Most Popular Alignment Strategy, Among Other Findings; Common Ailments With Physician Practice Valuation; St. Vincent’s HealthCare CFO Mark Doyle: 3 Burning Questions Right Now; 7 Best Practices for a Smooth Hospital Tax Process; 7 Ways Hospitals Can Trim Their Labor and Operational Costs; The War Over ICD-10; Faster, Better, Stronger: Reinforcing Ties Between Hospitalists and Emergency Medicine; 11 Evolving Issues in Healthcare and Business; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
February Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
The Future of Healthcare: 9 Capabilities for Post- Reform Success; Spurring Innovation in Healthcare Delivery: 5 Best Practices of Health System Leaders; 8 Issues Hospitals Consider Before an Integration or Sale; Publisher's Letter; 9 Leading Hospital, Health System CIOs Share Top Goals; Speaking a Common Language: Q&A With Rex Healthcare President David Strong and CIO Novlet Bradshaw; Ahead of the Meaningful Use Curve: Q&A With CEO Chuck Sted and CIO Steve Robertson of Hawaii Pacific Health; Is Your EHR Implementation in Trouble? 10 Things to Check; 10 Best Practices for Implementing Telemedicine in Hospitals; 5 Legal Issues Surrounding Electronic Medical Records; The Care Management Imperative; 32 Health Systems, Physician Groups to Participate in Pioneer ACOs; Survey: 55% of Payors Plan to Participate in ACOs Over Next 3 Years; CMS Issues Correction to OPPS Final Rule, Payments Decrease 0.1%; IRS Issues 2011 Form 990; CMS Shelves RAC Prepayment Review Demonstration; 9 Things Healthcare Organizations Should Do Now to Prepare for ICD-10; Don’t Let Fears About Healthcare IT Mire You in the Past; Using HIT to Drive Clinical Integration, Patient and Physician Engagement; 61 Integrated Health Systems to Know; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue. Click here to view this issue's CMO Supplement.
January Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
The Year Ahead:12 Challenges and Opportunities for Hospitals in 2012; 10 Ways for Hospitals and Health Systems to Increase Profitability in 2012; 40 of the Most Powerful People in Healthcare; Publisher's Letter; 11 Leading Health System CEOs Share Top Goals for 2012; A Relationship Checklist for Hospital CEOs: 7 Behaviors to Ace; Building on a Legacy of Exceptional Care: Q&A With Mass General Hospital President Dr. Peter Slavin; Hospital Leadership is a Culture, Not a Person: Q&A With LifePoint Hospitals CEO Bill Carpenter; Leadership Lessons From “Little” Failures: Q&A With Health Management Associates CEO Gary Newsome; 10 Challenges Healthcare CEOs Can No Longer Ignore; Patient Engagement’s Critical Role in Post-Reform Success: 6 Steps to Improve Patient Centeredness; Assessing Leadership in the New Era of Healthcare Delivery: 5 Key Questions to Ask Hospital-Physician Relationships & ACOs; 7 Ways to Improve Accountability for Care; CMS to Invest Up to $1B for New Healthcare Delivery, Payment Models; Finances in the Era of Population Health: Q&A With Kevin Lang and Steve Mohr of Loma Linda University Medical Center; Not a Merger, Not an Acquisition: When and Why Strategic Partnerships Make Sense; A Partnership That Breaks the Mold: Q&A With Leaders From Washington’s Providence, Swedish Health; 4 Common Mistakes in Determining Fair Market Value for Physician Compensation; Hospital, Health System Salaries Increase Moderately in 2011; 6 Strategies for Improving OR Performance Through a Hospital- Employed Anesthesiology Model; 25 Benchmarks for Anesthesiology Practices; Hospital & Health System Transactions January 2012; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves January 2012. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue.
November/December Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
10 Biggest Hospital Stories of 2011; From Treating the Sick to Managing Community Health: Hospitals' New Role in Managing Population Health; From Cop to CEO: Q&A With Chris Van Gorder of Scripps Health; Publisher's Letter November 2011; 200 Hospital Benchmarks; Opportunities in the New Bundled Payment Initiative; Redesigning Healthcare Delivery Through Bundled Payments for Care: Q&A With Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation’s Valinda Rutledge; 56 Women Hospital and Healthcare Leaders to Know; Shattering Glass Ceilings: Women in the Hospital C-Suite; 7 Trends for Non-Profit Hospital Executive Salaries; 7 Reasons Hospitals Struggle to Align With Physicians; 4 Best Practices for Supporting Employed Physicians’ Independence; Hospitals Acquiring Physician Practices: 9 Recent Transactions; Survey: 65% of Employers Interested in ACO Model; Only 9 Percent of Physicians Feel Ready for “Business Side” of Medicine; Study Finds Weak Correlation Between Financial Incentives, Improved Quality of Care; NEJM Analysis of Physician Group Practice Demo Results Questions ACOs’ Success; Physicians Fight to Keep the Word “Doctor” to Themselves; 42% of Primary Care Physicians Say Their Patients Receive Too Much Care; Physicians Focus on Various Factors When Referring to Colleagues; Calling It Off: Why Some Hospital Mergers Fail and Others Don’t; The Ins and Outs of Successful Hospital Insurance Negotiations and Service; ICD-10: Will It Kill a Hospital’s Productivity?; 9 Recommendations for Hospital Health IT Staffing and Training; 12 Elements to Support a Viable Health IT and Telehealth Infrastructure; ONC Releases Federal Health IT Strategic Plan for 2011-2015; Report: Healthcare Organizations Under-Prepared to Protect Patients’ Information; Study: Providers May Not See Improved Outcomes From Meaningful Use Until Stage 2; Avoiding “Stupid” in Healthcare Leadership: Q&A With Glenn Fosdick, CEO of The Nebraska Medical Center; 8 Untraditional Ways to Retain the Best and Brightest in Healthcare; From Nurse to CEO: Q&A With Marina Del Rey CEO Fred Hunter; Looking Ahead in Healthcare: Finding Optimism in Change; Quint Studer: Mastering the Fine Art of Follow-Up; 5 Communication Strategies for Hospital CEOs; 70 Hospitals With Great Cardiology Programs; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Physician Executive Compensation: How Are Top Physician Leaders Paid?. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue. Click here to view this issue's CMO Supplement.
October Special Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Looking Back to Move Ahead: Leading Hospitals Through Fast-Paced Change; False Claims Based on Unneeded Procedures: 4 Strategies for Compliance; Non-Profit Hospitals Taking More Aggressive Stance Toward M&A, But Deals Aren’t Always Easy; Publisher’s Letter October 2011; Becker’s Hospital Review Annual CEO Strategy Roundtable; Big Pain or Big Gain? Important Factors for Hospitals Considering Partnerships With Retail Clinics; Creating an Outcomes-Based Culture: How to Engage Front-Line Staff in Process Improvement; 56 Women Hospital and Healthcare Leaders to Know; Shattering Glass Ceilings: Women in the Hospital C-Suite; When Physician Employment Doesn’t Make Sense: How to Turn Away Physicians Seeking Employment; Study: Push for Market Share Trumps Clinical Integration in Hospitals’ Rush for Physician Employment; Survey: Most Medical Practices Operating at a Loss; 6 Ways Hospitals Can Survive the Onslaught of Medicare Cuts; CMS Issues Final IPPS Rule, Net Medicare Reimbursements to Increase 1.1%; 5 Ways to Improve a Hospital’s Bottom Line Through the Revenue Cycle; Survey: Roughly 7 out of 10 Hospitals Collect Less Than 30% of Payments at Point of Service; HHS Announces New Bundled Payment Initiative; The Case for Making Anesthesia the “Face” of Surgical Services; The One Change ORs Should Make to Improve Efficiency: 5 Responses; HHS Review Could Impact Physician Supervision Requirements for Anesthesia Care; Private Equity Investing in Healthcare — 13 Hot and 4 Cold Areas; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
September/October Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
The Quiet Takeover: Insurers Buying Physicians and Hospitals; Patient Experience: An Increasingly Critical Hospital Indicator; Changes Ahead: Medicare IPPS 2012 and What It Means for Hospitals; Publisher’s Letter; 291 Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know; 60 Hospitals With Great Orthopedic Programs; A CEO Walks Into a Patient Room: Q&A With Dr. David Feinberg, CEO of UCLA Health System; 25 Largest Non-Profit Hospitals in America; 25 Largest For-Profit Hospitals in America; 25 Top Grossing Non-Profit Hospitals in America; 25 Top Grossing For-Profit Hospitals in America; 15 Largest Non-Profit Hospital Systems; 15 Largest For-Profit Hospital Systems; A New Approach to Ambulatory Services; Orchestrating Four Generations in Your Hospital; How to Achieve Accountable Care While Avoiding Downfalls of Medicare ACOs; Survey: 33% of Hospital Executives Plan to Join ACOs, But Less Than 7% Believe ACO Model Improves Quality; 5 Foundational Questions for Hospitals Acquiring Physician Practices; Pennsylvania’s Divine Providence Hospital Settles Improper Payment Allegations; Federal Investigation Looks for Stark, Anti-Kickback Violations at Broward Health; Community Health Systems Receives SEC Subpoena; Florida’s St. Luke’s Hospital Faces False Claims Allegations; 6-Year-Old Whistleblower Suit Against IASIS Healthcare Alleging Kickbacks is Dismissed; 12 Decisions That Can Cripple a Surgery Center; Key Issues Plaguing Physician-Hospital Joint Ventures; 50 Surgery Center Benchmarks; How Healthcare Reform is Affecting Hospital Leaders’ Compensation; On-Call Coverage Payments Increased 4% in 2010; Independent Hospital CEOs Beat Integrated Health System CEOs in Total Cash Compensation Increases; 5 Considerations on Health Information Exchanges; Mayo Clinic Constructs Pioneering Health Information Exchange; Number of Health Information Exchanges Up 9% Compared to Last Year; Dr. John Caruso: Becoming a Champion of Change in Healthcare; Hospitals and Patient Centered Medical Homes: A Practical Pairing; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
July/August Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
10 Predictions on the Future of Hospital Executive Compensation; Hospital Tax-Exempt Status: Considerations Regarding Maintaining Exempt Status; Sophisticated and Powerful Consumers: How Transparency Will Change Hospitals; Publisher’s Letter; Hospital and Health System Executive Compensation: Statistics to Know; 5 Trends Affecting the Future of Physician; Trends in Physician-Generated Revenue From 2002-2010; 5 Trends Impacting Physician On-Call Compensation; Medical Directorship Compensation Varies Based on Specialty; 100 Statistics on Physician Compensation; 9 Leading Hospital CEOs Share Advice for Fellow Hospital Leaders; 65 Great Community Hospitals; 8 Out-of-the-Box Ways Hospitals Can Cut Costs; Growing Future Hospital Leaders: 6 Thoughts From Poudre Valley Health System CEO; Rulon Stacey; As Interest in ACOs Wanes, It’s Time to Do the ‘Next Right Thing’; What New Healthcare Leaders Should Know; Key Issues and Strategies for Physician Integration; Optimizing a Hospital-Physician Joint Venture: 4 Tips for a Culture of Partnership; Essential Primer: Pioneer ACOs and Proposed Advance Payment Initiative; Study Shows ACO Start-Up Costs Can Soar Up to $26.1M; Not Ready to Form an ACO? Three Value-Based Alternative Models; 10 Stark, False Claims and Kickback Lawsuits Involving Hospitals and Health Systems; 5 Questions to Determine if Your Independent Hospital Should Sell, Partner; 5 Changes That Can Increase a Hospital’s Value; Why Hospitals Need to Start Getting Ready for ICD-10 Now; 10 Recent Survey Findings About ICD-10; AAPC Suggests 16 Steps for Successful ICD-10 Implementation; Directory Lists Software for Physician ICD-10 Conversion; Report: EMR Market Expected to Top $6B by 2015; Proposed HIPAA Change Would Allow People to Learn Who Accessed Protected Health Information; 17 States Launch Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs; ONC Meaningful Use Workgroup Recommends Pushing Back Stage 2 for Those Attesting in 2011; Running an Academic Medical Center: Q&A With Johnese Spisso, Chief Health System Officer of UW Medicine; Academic Health and Hospital Operator Partnerships: Q&A With Dr. Bill Fulkerson and Bill Carpenter of Duke LifePoint Healthcare; Quint Studer: Raising HCAHPS Is About More Than Better Service... It’s About Better Quality; Hospital & Health System Transactions; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
June Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
13 Legal Issues for Hospitals & Health Systems; Private Equity Funds Are Changing the Face of U.S. Hospitals; As Denials Rise, Hospitals Working Harder to Fend Off RACs; 13 Key Questions for Hospital-Physician Relationships — Assessing Legal Compliance; Overcoming Healthcare’s Most Pressing Challenges: Q&A With Methodist Health System CEO Stephen Mansfield; Creating a Growth-Oriented Hospital: Q&A With Mark Newton, CEO of Chicago’s Swedish Covenant Hospital; The Challenge of Non-Profit Status in an Era of Accountable Care; Physician-Hospital Contracting: A Compliance Approach: 11 Key Concepts; Male Physicians Still Out-Earn Female Physicians in Almost Every Specialty; Physician Group Type, Size Affect Level of On-Call Compensation; Should Your Hospital Form an ACO? 5 Considerations; Should Specialists Join ACOs?; Post-Acute Care Networks: The Key to Success in Accountable Care; The Gentle Art of Listening; Understanding Technology’s Role in Accountable Care Organizations; Six Building Blocks of a Technology Framework for ACOs; How to Gain Stakeholder Support for Transactions; Overall Healthcare M&A Spending Up, Volume Down; 7 Traits of a Great Hospital CEO; 5 Problems That Hurt a Hospital-Physician ASC Joint Venture — and How to Avoid Them; 5 Key Legal Issues Affecting Surgery Center Joint Ventures; 10 Most Frequently Provided Ambulatory Surgery Center Services; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Executives Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
May/June Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare; 12 Best Practices for Hospitals Great Places to Work; 50 Things to Know About the Proposed ACO Regulations; Publisher’s Letter: May/June 2011; Finding the Model Healthcare Executive; Physician Integration: Hospital Medical Leaders Share Challenges, Strategies; Physician Integration May Be “Tipping Point” for Success of ACOs; 5 Opportunities for Physicians and Hospitals to Realign in Preparation for ACOs; ACO Pioneers: Q&A With Leaders From The Nebraska Medical Center and Atlantic Health; 10 Recently Formed ACOs; 5 Ways to Improve Pay-for-Performance; 8 Steps to Building a Truly Transparent Hospital; Consumer Access to Hospital Data Places High Expectations on Facilities; Involving Anesthesia in Transparency and ACOs: Q&A With Somnia Chief Medical Officer Dr. Rob Goldstein; Putting Communities in Charge of Hospitals’ Future; An Examination of Ownership Models of ASC JVs; 8 Problems Surrounding Meaningful Use; Federal Meaningful Use Workgroup Goes to Work on Stage 2 Deadlines and Requirements; 8 Steps to Smoothly Achieve Meaningful Use; 4 Predictions on the Switch to ICD-10; Squeezing Water From a Stone: How to Get More From Existing Capacity and Add More to Your Bottom Line; 5 Strategies to Improve Patient Flow in a Busy Hospital; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Executives Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
March/April Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
50 Best Hospitals in America; One Year Since Healthcare Reform: 5 Thoughts From Healthcare Leaders; 5 Common Hospital Problems — and Suggestion for How to Fix Them; Publisher’s Letter: March 2011; Planning for an Uncertain Future: Q&A With Gene Michalski, CEO of Michigan’s Beaumont Hospitals; Shifting From a Hospital-Based to Community-Based Mindset: Q&A With Valinda Rutledge, CEO of CaroMont Health; 5 Ways to Put People First in an ACO; 4 Points on Exclusivity, Market Power and Transparency in ACOs; Almost Half of Physicians Don’t Know What an ACO Is; 45% of Employers Want ACOs; Physician Hospital Integration Efforts: 4 Key Concepts; The Physician Hospital Enterprise: Physician Leadership Forges New Alliances; Engaging Physicians With IT; 10 Lessons From Leaders Who Have Merged or Acquired Hospitals; Hospital M&A Continued to Grow in Second Half of 2010; 5 Common Mistakes Hospitals Make When Investing in Surgery Centers with Physicians; 3 Current Trends Impacting ASC Transactions; ASC Transactions and Pricing During 2010: 4 Key Concepts; 4 Best Practices to Reduce Costs in Hospital-Owned ASCs; 7 Points on Developing Surgery Centers in Highly Regulated States; 10 Big Anti-Kickback and Stark Cases Involving Hospitals; 24 Statistics on Specialty Physician Compensation; 20 Statistics on Employed Physician Revenue vs. Salary by Specialty; Hospital-Employed Physician Salaries Could Jump 2.3% in 2011; 6 Predictions on Stage 2 Meaningful Use; Lessons for Hospital Leaders From ‘Undercover Boss’; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Executives Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
February Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
8 Mistakes Your Hospital is Making Right Now; 5 of the Biggest Hospital Employment Trends; Physician Employment & Beyond: The Current State of Physician Integration; Publisher's Letter: January 2011; 7 Keys to Developing a World Class Oncology Program; 15 Rising Stars: 25 Healthcare Leaders Under Age 40; System Integration in 2011: Q&A With Gary Campbell, President and CEO of Centura Health; 8 Points on Hospital-Physician Integration; 10 Recently Launched ACOs; Quint Studer: 3 Simple Ways to Improve Your Hospital's Performance; Creating Stronger Physician-Hospital Alignment; Strategies to Provide Patients With Superior Customer Service; 8 Insights Into Successful Hospital-ASC Joint Ventures; 5 Best Practices for a Profitable ASC; 10 New ASCs Opened or Under Development by Hospitals and Health Systems; 3 Ways Surgery Center Physicians Can Increase Case Volume; 10 Traits of High-Earning Hospital CEOs; 5 Points on Designing a CEO Incentive Compensation Plan; 15 Statistics on Healthcare Executive Compensation; 3 Questions to Ask When Designing an Employed Physician Compensation Plan; Justice Department Alleges Mayo Clinic Falsely Billed Medicare; St. John's Mercy Health System and St. John's Health System Settle Fraud Allegations for $2.2M; Obama Makes Physicians' Exemption From Red Flags Rule Official; 4 Things to Consider Before Putting Your Hospital on the Market; 5 Ways to Make Your Hospital More Attractive to a Buyer; Redefining Healthcare Finance: Time to Move Beyond the Long-Term Debt Crunch; 5 Hospitals That Closed Their Doors in 2010; CMS Releases Proposed Rule on Value-Based Purchasing; 5 Best Practices for Implementing Health IT Across a Large Health System; Crisis Communication During a Data Breach: 5 Best Practices; HIMSS: 22% of Hospitals Can Meet at Least 10 of 14 Core Measurements of Stage 1 Meaningful Use; 15 Statistics on Physician-Hospital Alignment; Healthcare Reform's Impact on Hospital Emergency Departments: 6 Considerations; Study Finds Shortage of On-Call Specialists Plaguing ERs; Researchers Assess Accuracy of Radiology Readings in EDs; Rapid Medical Screening Process Improves Patient Flow in EDs; Hospital & Health System Executive Moves; Hospital & Health System Executives Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
January/February Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
The Year Ahead: 10 Key Trends for Hospitals in 2011; 9 Strategies for Maintaining Profitability in 2011 and Beyond; 10 Ways to Improve Your Hospital's Heart Program; Publisher's Letter: January 2011; 10 Ways to Cope in This Anxious Time of Healthcare Reform; Top CEOs of Hospitals and Health Systems Share Goals for 2011; 52 Women Hospital & Healthcare Leaders; 40 Hospital Benchmarks; 7 Steps Hospitals Must Take to Embrace ACOs: From Kevin Brennan at Geisinger Health System; ACOs: One System's Approach Toward Accountability and Success; Should Your Hospital Develop or Join an ACO? 5 Questions to Ask; Accrediting Body Issues Proposed Standards for ACOs, Asks for Comment; 7 Factors to Assess the Sustainability of a Hospital: Assessing a Hospital's Viability, Its Financial Situation and the Severity of the Threats it Faces; 10 Successful Hospital Turnarounds; 8 Things to Know About Medicare's Bundled Payment Pilot; Bundled Pricing Opportunities & Challenges: Q&A With Baptist Health System's Michael Zucker; The Case for Shifting More Services to Midlevel Providers; 9 Key Considerations for Healthcare Internal Investigations; Maryland's St. Joseph Medical Center to Pay $22M to Settle False Claims, Kickback Allegations; CHRISTUS Health in Houston to Pay $1M Settlement in Medicare Fraud Lawsuit; Ohio's Marion General Pays $1.2M to Settle Stark Violations; Simi Valley Hospital Settles Medicare Fraud Lawsuit, Agrees to Pay $5.15M; 6 Things Health Systems Look For When Acquiring a Hospital; University of Louisville to Merge With CHI, Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's; Michigan Attorney General Approves Detroit Medical Center Sale; Caritas Christi Sale Finalized; New For-Profit System Plans ACO; 4 Factors That Determine Hospital Executive Compensation; 5 Factors Affecting Physician Compensation; 5 Top-Paid Medical Specialties; Physician Compensation and Revenue Differs Based on Hospital Ownership; 11 Best Practices for Maximizing Healthcare IT Incentive Payments; CCHIT to Launch EHR Certification for Hospitals; CMS in Final Stages of Testing Incentive Management Systems; Changes to HIPAA in the Interim Rule and Best Practices for Maintaining Compliance; 7 Best Practices for Installing Real-Time Location Systems in Your Hospital; Case Study: Implementing RTLS at Texoma Medical Center; For-Profit Hospital Operators 3Q 2010 Financial Results; Hospital & Health System Executives Moves (January 2011); Hospital and Health System Transactions. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
November/December Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Top 10 Hospital Stories of 2010; 3 Best Practices for Bundled Pricing; Hospital Strategies and Transactions: Healthcare Reform and Market Evolution; Publisher’s Letter: November/December 2010; The Implementation of New Models of Care: Q&A With Iowa Health System CEO Bill Leaver; 256 Hospital and Healthcare Industry Leaders to Know; 5 Best Practices to Prepare Hospitals for Accountable Care; Is Your Organization Ready For Accountable Care? How to Implement a Readiness Assessment and Establish Priorities; 5 Key Regulatory Concerns for ACOs; To Run ACOs, Hospitals Need to Change Their Business Model; ACOs May Cause Healthcare Cost Inflation Rather than Savings; 10 Tips to Creating a Physician-Led Integrated Care System With Advocate Health’s Mark Shields; 3 Medical Specialties Most Pursued for Employment by Hospitals; 10 Best Practices for Creating Hospital Group Practices; 7 Key Provisions for Successful Physician Employment Contracts; CMS Issues Stark Act Voluntary Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol — 9 Key Concepts; OIG’s Increased Scrutiny on Heart Stents and ICDs: What It Means For Your Hospital; Government to Intervene in Mayo Clinic False Claims Investigation; California’s El Centro Regional Medical Center to Pay $2.2M to Settle Medicare Fraud Allegations; 18 Florida Hospitals Under Investigation for Improper Medicaid Billing; Georgia’s WellStar Health Systems Settles Medicaid Billing Investigation for $2.7M; New York’s North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System Settles Fraud Investigation for $2.95M; 10 of the Biggest Hospital and Health System Transactions of 2010; Is a Statutory Hospital Merger a Bona Fide Sale?; 4 Ways Community Hospitals Can Align With a Health System, Short of Acquisition; Boston’s Caritas Christi to Close Two Hospitals if Cerberus Deal Fails; Florida’s Broward Health Plans to Transition to New Community Not-for-Profit Corporation; University of Michigan Health, Two Other Systems Launch Pennant Health Alliance; 8 Ways Hospital Executives Can Increase Their Earning Power; Physician Incentive Plans on the Rise; 4 Trends in Non-Profit Hospital Executive Compensation Over the Next 5 Years; 10 Statistics About Compensation of Healthcare Executives; 5 Ways Hospitals Will Change Over the Next 10 Years; The Entrepreneurial Small Practice Is Not Going Away; Hospitalists, the Fastest Growing Specialty, Meet Demands of Healthcare Reform; Study: Hospitalists With Lower Base Salaries Are More Productive; Markedly More Surgery Patients Now Co-Managed by Hospitalists; 4 Tips on Implementing a Surgicalist Program at Your Hospital; Society of Hospital Medicine President Dr. Jeff Wiese Responds to Four Criticisms of Hospital Medicine; 5 Best Practices for Improving Your Hospital’s Revenue Cycle; 4 Ways to Gain Leverage in Payor Contract Negotiations; 8 Points on Improving Collections of Outstanding Balances From Patients; Billing Clinics Improve Collections at Wisconsin’s Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare; What Makes or Breaks A Successful ACO: Q&A With Dartmouth Brookings Pilot Participant Monarch Healthcare’s COO Ray Chicoine; 10 Statistics Your Hospital Should Track; HHS Starts Talks on 2013 Measures for Second Stage of Meaningful Use; National Health IT Coordinator David Blumenthal Hints More Complex Requirements for 2013 Stage 2 Meaningful Use; HIMSS Launches State HIT Dashboard, Alerts Healthcare Providers of Health IT-Related News; New Government Health IT Panel to Set Road Rules for Nationwide Health Information Network; GOP’s New ‘Pledge to America’ Puts $19B in HIT Stimulus Funds at Risk; 4 Steps to Creating a Great Hospital Marketing Campaign; 3 Ways Hospitals Unintentionally Waste Money; Developing a Culture of Execution: A Precursor to Success Under Health Reform; 25 Largest Hospitals; 25 Top Grossing Hospitals; Hospital & Health System Executives Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
September/October Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
5 Best Practices for Hospital Employment of Physicians; Roles and Compensation of Physician Leaders Growing; 30 of the Most Powerful People in Healthcare; Insights From the Model for ACOs: Q&A With Harold Dash of Everett Clinic on the Medicare Physician Group Practice Demonstration Project; The Future of Healthcare Delivery and Your Hospital: Q&A With John Hopkins Medicine CEO Dr. Edward Miller; 40 Leading Non-Profit Health Systems; 20 Largest Non-Profit Hospitals in the United States; 15 Leading For-Profit Hospital Chains; 20 Largest For-Profit Hospitals in the United States; Top 20 Grossing Non-Profit Hospitals in the United States; Top 20 Grossing For-Profit Hospitals in the United States; Independent Medical Practice: Does Healthcare Reform Mark the Beginning of the End?; Strategies for Hospital Leadership – Identifying Strengths, Allocating Hospital Resources and Focusing on Profitable Niche Leadership; 6 Key Trends in Compensation of Hospital-Based Physicians; Hospital Takeovers: Will Your “Golden Parachute” Protect You?; 3 Trends in Cardiology Compensation and Workload; Hospital Executive Salary Growth Slows; Building an Accountable Care Organization; 15 Fraud and Abuse Cases Making Headlines in 2010; Monitoring Your Hospital’s Revenue Cycle: Six Metrics to Review Each Month; 4 Trends in Hospital Revenue Cycle Management; Six Revenue Cycle Inefficiencies: Key Learnings From Abbeville Area Medical Center; 5 Tips on Preparing to Meet Meaningful Use Regulations; CMS Launches Official Website for EHR Incentive Programs; Survey Shows CIOs Feel Unprepared To Meet Meaningful Use Requirements; Two EHR Giants to Merge, Anticipating Federal IT Payments; Chuck Lauer: 10 Points on Leadership; The Current State of Infection Control; Using Automated Systems to Reduce Infection and Contamination Risk in Your Hospital; Electronic Infection Monitoring Shown to Improve Adherence to Infection Prevention Best Practices; APIC Study: Hospitals Still Struggle With Infections; Michigan Hospitals’ Infection Control Program Spreading to Other States; PHA President Brett Gosney: The Future of Physician-Owned Hospitals; JAMA Article Suggests Many Physicians Fail to Report Impaired Colleagues; High Readmission Rates Not Necessarily Connected to Poor Hospital Quality; One-Quarter of Hospital Patients Readmitted Within Two Years; HHS Adds Hospital Outpatient and ED Quality Data to Public Websites; Medical Errors Cost $19.5B in a Single Year; Study Finds Financial Incentives and Public Reporting Improve Quality of Care; 6 Key Issues and Trends Impacting Outpatient Services and Physician-Owned Facilities; 10 Simple Ways to Contain Costs: How Sacred Heart Hospital Saved $5M; Hospital & Health System Executives Moves; Hospital & Health System Transactions. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
July/August Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Hospital Income From Employed Physicians Represents 5-10 Times Their Salaries; Physician-Generated Revenue and Average Salaries by Specialty; Hospital and Health System CEO and CFO Compensation From 2005-2009; Publisher’s Letter: July 2010; Average Daily On-Call Compensation by Medical Specialty; 8 Statistics About Urologist Compensation; 15 Statistics About Anesthesiologist Compensation; 15 Statistics About General Surgeons’ Compensation; 8 Statistics About Ophthalmologist Compensation; 8 Statistics About Orthopedic Surgeon Compensation; 6 Statistics About Gastroenterologist Compensation; Renewed Hospital M&A Activity May Drive Surge in Joint Ventures; 6 Key Practices for Community Hospitals; Statistics on Independent vs. Affiliated Community Hospitals, 1999-2008; Getting Ready for Meaningful Use: Positioning Your Facility to Meet the Guidelines; 20 Top-Grossing Community Hospitals With 100 or Fewer Beds; Steve Ronstrom: Hardwiring Mission and Values Into the Hospital Culture; AHA Report: Bundled Payments Could Reduce Spending, Spur Quality Improvement; University Hospital Alliance Launches Program to Reduce Hospital-Acquired Infections; Insurers Push Las Vegas Hospitals to Improve Quality; More Than One-Third of California Inpatients Readmitted Within a Year; Failure to Correctly Code Catheter-Associated Infections May Affect Medicare Payment Policy; 6 Reasons Why Health Reform Law Won’t Reduce ED Overcrowding; ED Best Practices Can Help Ease Transitions Under Healthcare Reform; How to Turn Around a Bankrupt Hospital: 4 Lessons From South Hampton Community Hospital in Dallas; As AMA Embraced Health Reform, Membership Fell 3.5% in 2009; How Accountable Care Organizations Will Operate Under Healthcare Reform; 19 States Refuse to Create High-Risk Pools Despite $5B in Federal Funding; Lawsuit Challenges Ban on Physician-Owned Hospitals in Health Reform Law; Aligning Physician and Hospital Goals Through Financial Incentives: Advocate Health’s Clinical Integration Program; Quint Studer: Using HCAHPS to Drive Patient Satisfaction; A Review of OIG Self Referral and Antikickback Cases: 6 Categories of Non-Compliant; Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati, Christ Hospital Pay $108M to Settle Federal Kickback Accusations; Nine Hospitals Agree to Pay More Than $9.4M to Resolve Kyphoplasty-Related False Claims Allegations; Brett Gosney: 4 Ways to Improve Your Hospital-Based Orthopedics Program; Hospital and Health Systems Transactions; 12 Steps for Hospitals to Comply With Core Measures From Keith Granger, Former CEO of Flowers Hospital; Hospital and Health Systems Executive Moves. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
May/June Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
America’s 30 Best Hospitals; What Health Reform Will Mean for Hospitals and Physicians; 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare; Publisher's Letter: May/June 2010; Brief Analysis on How Healthcare Reform Impacts ASCs and Physician-Owned Hospitals – 10 Observations; David Fox: 5 Approaches to Improve Advocate Good Samaritan’s Outpatient Satisfaction; Challenges Facing 10 Hospital Service Lines; Hospital and Health System Executive Moves; Hospital and Health System Transactions; 15 Key Factors Affecting Hospitals’ Longer-Term Outlook. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
March/April Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
14 Biggest Trends and Events for Hospitals and Health Systems in 2009; Chris Van Gorder: Working Closely With Physicians Key to Turning Scripps Health Around; 20 Best Community Hospitals in America; Steve Ronstrom: Strategic Performance Improvement Amid Cost Cutting; Chuck Lauer: 8 Reasons Why Health Reform is Running out of Steam; 8 Top Hospital and Health System Trends of the Past Decade; Brett Gosney: 5 Tips for Maintaining Orthopedic Implant Costs; David Fox: Transparency as the Key to Improvement; Becker’s Hospital Review Announces Hospitals and Health Systems: Improving Profitability and Business and Legal Issues Conference (April 13-14, 2010, Chicago; Mark Laney: Bridging the Generation Gap — the Art of Managing Multiple Generations; Quint Studer: Four Best Practices for Improving Emergency Department Results; Hospital and Health System Executive Moves; Hospital and Health System Transactions; Marie Sinioris Explains the Goals of the National Center for Healthcare Leadership; CEO Robert Allen of Park City Medical Center Shares Lessons Learned in Opening a New Hospital. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
January Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Becker's Hospital Review Names America's 10 Best Hospitals for 2009; 9 Ways Hospitals Can Still Make Money; Publisher’s Letter; Advocate Good Samaritan CEO David Fox Discusses Challenges and Opportunities for Community Hospitals, Keys to Success; Hospital CEO Stephen Ronstrom’s Plan for Success in a Rapidly Changing and Challenging Economy; 2009 Median Compensation for Hospital Executives; 2009 Median Compensation for Health System Executives; Becker's Hospital Review Names the 32 Best Physician-Owned Hospitals in America; 30 of the Best Physician Leaders of Hospitals and Health Systems; Chip Kahn, President of the Federation of American Hospitals, Looks at Health Reform 17 Years After 'Harry & Louise'; Assessing Alignment, Action and Accountability Within Your Hospital With Quint Studer of the Studer Group; Hospital and Health System Executive Moves; Hospital and Health System Transactions; 10 Hospital CEOs Age 40 or Younger; Attack on Physician-Owned Hospitals in America: History, Current Efforts and the Impact on the Future of Healthcare; Amy Floria, CFO of Goshen Health System, Shares Goals of 2010. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
October Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
Current Trends in Hospital and Health System CEO Compensation; 58 Hospital and Health Industry Leaders; 12 Best Practices for a Successful Hospital Neurosurgery Program; Publisher's Letter; 18 Hospitals With Great Neurosurgery Programs; Total U.S. Costs for the Top 10 Most Frequent Principal Diagnoses; Hospital CEO Spotlight: Q&A With Jane Keller of Indiana Orthopaedic Hospital; Finding Dollars in Unexpected Places: 4 Best Practices for Hospitals From Studer Group’s Stephanie Baker; Hospitals Make CEO, CFO Changes Across the Country; New Heartland Health CEO Brings Physician’s Perspective; 4 Trends in Hospital Financing: Discussion With Claudia Gourdon of Healthcare Finance Group. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
July Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
10 Best Practices for Increasing Hospital Profitability; Hospitals and Health Systems: The Best of Times and the Worst of Times 2009; 15 Hospitals and Health Systems With Great Cardiovascular Programs; Publisher’s Letter; Hospital Cardiology Leaders Offer Practical Guidance for How to Make it to the Top of the Quality Ladder; Statistics on the Compensation of Physicians; Becker’s Hospital Review Names Its Hospital CEO of the Year and Runner-Ups; 10 Statistics About the Economic Impact on Hospitals; Hospitals Across the Nation Announce CEO, CFO Changes; Physician-Owned Hospitals and Physician Owners Must Disclose Ownership to Patients; 20 Physician-Owned Hospital CEOs to Know. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
April Issue ofBecker's Hospital Review
12 Best Practices for Successful Hospital Oncology Departments; 11 Key Concepts From the Stark Law; 20 Physician Leaders of Hospitals to Know; Publisher’s Letter; Hospital and Health System CEO and CFO 2008 Median Base Salary Figures; Despite Rate Changes, Oncology Still Profitable: Hospitals Respond To Evolving Market Dynamics; 11 Hospitals With Great Oncology Programs; Oncology Salary Statistics by Region; Developing Centers of Excellence — Key Concepts, Strategies and Tactics; Centers of Excellence Achieved by Focus, Sweat and Determination; 8 Ways Hospitals Can Prepare for Recovery Audit Contractors; Hospital Employment of Physicians: What Works and Does Not is Very Clear. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
January Issue ofBecker's Hospital Review
Top 10 Hospital Stories of 2008; 15 Hospitals with Great Orthopedic and Spine Programs; 5 Key Concepts from the William Blair & Company Survey of Hospital Administrators; Hospital Real Estate and Financing Q&A With Mike O'Keefe of Navigant Consulting; Top 10 States With More Hospitals Than Surgery Centers; Quint Studer Discusses 5 Important Issues Facing Hospital Leaders; 5 Factors Influencing a Hospital’s Value; 4 Critical Concepts From the Latest Stark Act Regulation; National and Regional Benchmarks for Hospital Profit Margin and Cash-to-Debt Ratio; 22 Investor-Owned Hospital Companies to Know; Will the Federal Government Shut Down Surgery Centers and Physician-Owned Hospitals?; Top 10 States With More Surgery Centers Than Hospitals; 15 Healthcare Trends and Observations; Kenneth Hawkins Discusses 3 Key Capital Partner Issues for Community Hospitals; Serious Recession Could Greatly Harm Hospitals — And Not Just Because of the Uninsured; 6 Insights on Physician/Hospital Surgery Center Joint Ventures From Dick Hanley of Health Inventures; Distribution of Hospitals and Surgery Centers by Population Levels; Revenue Per Case by Specialty in Surgery Centers. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
September Issue of Becker's Hospital Review
24 Hospital Leaders to Know; Minimal to Maximum Integration Models; Hospital Leader Shares Insight on Current State of Hospitals and Health Care; 10 Ways to Improve Your Hospital’s Orthopedic Program; Letter from the Editor: Five Evolving Trends for Health Systems; Hospital Physician Specialists: To Hire or Not to Hire; Recapturing and Growing Your GI Business. Click here to view the featured stories and download a pdf of the issue
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