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Transitional Care Management Billing: 5 Things You Need to Know

Wanda Pell, Director with Novia Strategies, shares 5 things you need to know about transitional care management billing – a financial remedy for physicians and hospitals to offset the expense of following patients after discharge to ensure a smooth transition and reduce readmissions. Download the full white paper at the bottom of this screen to Read More >

5 Keys to Successful Clinical Redesign

Redesigning care and eliminating clinical variation are critical not only to ensuring patients receive the safest, highest-quality care, but also are integral components of reducing the overall cost of healthcare — on both the national and individual hospital level. But where should you begin? Here, authors John Malone, Vice President with Novia Strategies, and Dr. Read More >

A New Day in Healthcare: The Need for New Approaches to Care Management

New care management approaches are critical to ensuring that patients receive the safest, highest-quality care, as well as to enabling hospitals and healthcare systems to remain – or become – profitable as the industry shifts from volume to value. There is a hurricane of change blowing through our healthcare culture that is fundamentally changing how Read More >

Care Management Transformation Delivers on Quality & Cost

Today’s healthcare environment provides many challenges and opportunities for hospital and healthcare leaders to consistently identify and manage financial challenges, government mandates, physician-hospital relationships, always with quality and safety and satisfaction for patients and employees as top of mind. To succeed, hospital leaders must embark on a journey of care management transformation. “Leadership must fully Read More >

An analytical approach to nurse labor budgets

Developing nurse labor budgets for units can be a challenging task and will often pit nurse leaders against their peers in finance when in fact, it presents a great opportunity to collaborate and leverage the strengths of each discipline. In several of our recent consulting engagements, we have seen the evolution of the relationship between Read More >