March 2013 Issue of Becker's Hospital Review

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Hospital and Health System Executive Compensation in 2013: 8 Trends to Monitor

For hospital and health system executives, salaries and total compensation continue to meet the critical eye of the public, employees and other community stakeholders, and this issue will not dissipate in the near term. Click to continue »

Health Reform in 2013:What’s Happened, What’s Left & What It Means for Providers

With just one year remaining before the largest parts of the federal health reform law take effect, 2013 will be a busy year for hospitals as they prepare for the biggest changes in healthcare since Medicare was introduced in 1965. Click to continue »

What Makes a Hospital Attractive to Employers?

Population health management has become a mainstay in the American healthcare landscape, but many hospitals and health systems are still determining what "population health" looks like for their organization. Click to continue »

Publisher’s Letter

March Issue; 2013 Annual Meeting Click to continue »

Strong Culture Can Lead to Lasting Change: Q&A With Randy Oostra, CEO of ProMedica

Randy Oostra has served as president and CEO of Toledo, Ohio-based ProMedica since 2009 and has been with the system since 1997. Click to continue »

Finding Value in Your Organization: Q&A With Baylor Health CFO Fred Savelsbergh

Fred Savelsbergh is not a typical CFO in today's hospital and healthcare industry. Click to continue »

100 Hospitals and Health Systems With Great Oncology Programs

Becker's Hospital Review has named "100 Hospitals and Health Systems With Great Oncology Programs." Click to continue »

200 Statistics on Physician Compensation

As hospitals work to integrate their services, shrink their total cost of care, raise patient satisfaction and drop their readmissions, employing or aligning with physicians of all specialties are in hospitals' sights. Click to continue »

7 Trends in Hospital-Employed Physician Compensation

Salaries and compensation packages of hospital-employed physicians have become a burning topic in recent years, mostly due to the upsurge in hospitals acquiring physician practices and subsequent employment of physicians. Click to continue »

The 7 Components of a Clinical Integration Network

Healthcare providers are preparing for the reality of the post-reform environment that will require hospitals and physicians to be more accountable for the delivery of higher quality and more efficient care delivered at a lower cost. Click to continue »

Providers Becoming Payors: Should Hospitals Start Their Own Health Plans?

In the 1980s, Henry Hood, MD, decided it was time for his health system to make a change. Click to continue »

4 Things Executives Should Know Prior to a Hospital-ASC Joint Venture

All parties in a hospital-ambulatory surgery center joint venture stand to benefit in many ways. Click to continue »

10 Hospitals Planning or Opening Surgery Center Joint Ventures

Hospitals are increasingly looking to partner with physicians on surgery center projects, hoping to build relationships with providers in the community and strengthen their market share. Click to continue »

Have You Assessed Your Reform Readiness? 6 Tips to Enhance Your Care Continuum

As patient satisfaction continues to become a focal point of how hospital performance is measured and reimbursed, reform readiness is crucial. Click to continue »

Staying Nimble, Saving Money: Considerations for Outsourcing HR

Recently, hospitals and health systems have begun to hone in on improving efficiency and reducing costs in order to survive and thrive in the new era of healthcare under reform. Click to continue »

Chuck Lauer: The Shameful State of Our Hospitals

I just finished reading the book, "Unaccountable," and I have got to say, I was blown away. Written by Marty Makary, MD, this is an incredibly powerful indictment of hospitals and the doctors who work in them. Click to continue »

Hospital & Health System Transactions

Ardent Health Services, a for-profit health system based in Nashville, Tenn., and Amarillo, Texas-based Baptist Community Services finalized their purchase of Baptist St. Anthony’s Health System, also in Amarillo. Click to continue »

Hospital & Health System Executive Moves

Russell Armistead, MBA, was named CEO of Shands Jacksonville (Fla.) Medical Center. Click to continue »

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