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Clinical Redesign and Reducing Variation – Responding to the Shift to Value

This post completes our series by Novia Strategies’ Vice President John Malone. The series focuses on the topic of how the shift to value is changing health care delivery, and how clinical redesign and reducing clinical variation are central to increasing value. You can find links to the other articles in the series at the Read More >

Novia Strategies Comments on Physician Engagement in the News

Achieving physician engagement can be challenging for hospital leadership, whether the organization’s goal is to shift towards a value-based care model or to prepare for changing reimbursement models under future healthcare reform. In fact, according to the Health Leaders Media 2017 Annual Industry Outlook, one in three hospital executives indicate that inadequate physician engagement is Read More >

10 Must-Reads for Healthcare Executives to Fund Their Hospital’s Future

Welcome to the second edition of our Novia magazine, featuring 10 must-read articles for healthcare executives to fund their hospital’s future. We’re excited about this new publication of healthcare thought leadership – and we hope you are too. It includes best practices, key learnings, trends and thought-provoking articles that we’ve published over the past few Read More >

5 Tips to Cut Supply Chain Costs

Have you, like many systems, struggled to reduce your non labor expenses to meet budget demands? Is your organization finding it difficult to sustain previous expense reduction and find new opportunities? Here are 5 tips to help get your non labor expenses and your supply chain back on budget – and keep it there. 1. Read More >

Small Changes Can Make a Big Difference

In today’s healthcare environment, we often think that all operational changes have to be major and transformative. In order to gain improvements, we have to gather an interdisciplinary team, undergo days of process maps and education of staff. Indeed, those tasks are required for major advancements. But sometimes we lose sight of what can be Read More >