healthcare management Archive

Leadership and high performing teams

Simple Steps to Help Create and Sustain High Performing Teams Earlier this week we had the privilege facilitate a session with a leadership team that would objectively be considered a high performing group.  It was a team that has worked together for a relatively short period of time and recently added a few new members. [&hellip

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From Dyad to Triad: Healthcare Management Integration

What are the common models for healthcare management integration?   Our industry has seen changes over the past few years, but the dyad and triad models continue to be most common. Dyad model The definition of a dyad model can vary among medical institutions, but all of the definitions are fundamentally similar:  dynamic joint leadership between [&hellip

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The path to population health

The journey to population health, by definition, is not one a health system can make on its own.  It requires redesign of payment models, integration of other parties to address clinical and non-clinical needs before and after a health care episode, changes in care delivery models and the roles and responsibilities of clinicians and others. [&hellip

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Worries of the health system CEO

Healthcare CEOs are facing similar issues across the country and within differently-sized organizations. What issues are keeping health system CEOs awake at night? In an August article, Becker’s Hospital Review listed ten of the top concerns, including: The extent of risk pushed to systems. Alliance efforts with best-in-class operators. A shrinking pool of acquisition candidates. [&hellip

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Dyad leadership structures in healthcare

Dyad leadership structures continue to proliferate in the healthcare industry. Organizations are finding this is a great way to move physicians into senior leadership positions, immediately.  When paired with a seasoned leader the physicians have the privilege of perfecting their leadership skills in a safe environment while being in a meaningful position of authority.  The [&hellip

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The MACRA proposed rule

The Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act, known as MACRA, is a proposed rule issued in April 2016 by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). According to information from the AMA, the MACRA rule creates 2 different payment pathways for physicians—alternative payment models (APMs) and the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). Is this [&hellip

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Your organizational culture: does it have the ability to change?

A business or institution’s ability to change is largely determined by the health and vitality of its organizational culture and the effectiveness of its leaders.  Organizational culture represents the collective values, beliefs and principles of its members and is a product of such factors as history, product, market, technology, and strategy, and leadership.  It includes [&hellip

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