Transforming Healthcare: Cultivating a Culture of Innovation
Healing the Healer: Restoring the Joy in Practicing Medicine
Telehealth Challenges and Opportunities: Insights From CTeL's Executive Summit
Physicians, Here's How to Save Money on Quality Reporting
The Path of Least Resistance: Engaging Healthcare Professionals in Change
How a Collaborative Physician-in-Triage Process Boosts ED Throughput
Making Integration Meaningful
How to Boost Your Hospital’s Surgical Services Integration Efforts
How to Make Every Nurse a Quality Champion
For Health Systems, Addressing Disparities Becomes a Survival Imperative
Creating Constructive Urgency Around Quality Metrics
What the AHCA Could Mean for Patients and Providers
Community Paramedicine: Bridging the Gaps in Healthcare Delivery
Bringing the Future of Healthcare to the Underserved
It's EMTALA, Secretary Price
Here's What Could Happen to Healthcare While Congress Squabbles Over the ACA Repeal
Millennial Providers and Work-Life Balance: Are They On to Something?
Election 2016: What Now for Healthcare?
EHR’s Impact on Productivity: What’s a Provider to Do?
Telehealth in the Skilled Nursing Facility: An Important Tool to Deliver Care
In a Changing Healthcare Landscape, a Local Democratic Group Explores Its Options
Patients Win With Hospitalists, Emergency Physicians on the Same Team
Telemedicine: A Valuable Tool to Manage Care
Selling Insurance Across State Lines: A Good Idea?
Meeting the Growing Demand for Emergency Care: What Can Hospitals Do?
Putting a Face on Quality Metrics
How to Meaningfully Integrate Your Health System: A Webinar for Healthcare Leaders
Politics: How Taking the High Road Can Benefit Healthcare
Narrow Networks: Counterintuitive Assertions About Cost and Quality
Your Telehealth Strategy: 6 Reasons to Start Planning Today
Easing the Burden of Quality Reporting
The Benefits of Visa Sponsorship in Physician Recruitment
When Hospitals Have One Foot in FFS and the Other in VBP
The Brookings Institute on the Acute Care Continuum: Implications for Population Health (Part 2 of 2)
The Patient Journey: Medicine Without Walls (Part 2 of 2)
The Patient Journey: Medicine Without Walls (Part 1 of 2)
Healthcare Workforce Wellness: A Quadruple Aim?
EDs Blaze New Trails in Population Health Management
Mindful Palliative Care Puts a Human Face on Dying
Physicians Assistants, Nurse Practitioners Take Acute Care Beyond Hospital Walls
Integrating Federally Qualified Health Centers Into the Acute Care Continuum
An American Perspective on Italian Emergency Care
Lifting All the Boats in Emergency Medicine
Achieving Integration Inside and Out
Communication-Based Strategies for Promoting Inpatient Hospital Quality
The Tincture of Time
King v. Burwell: Where Do We Go From Here?
The Importance of Advocacy in Healthcare
High Reliability Hospitals: Now We're Chasing Zero (Part 1 of 2)
Preparing to Manage Population Health: 2015 Update
Master Training Program Will Create Stronger Starts for New Providers
Improved Care Coordination And Throughput
Telemedicine and Employers: The New Frontier
The Changing Face of the Self-Pay Patient
Time to End Personal Exemptions for Vaccinations?
7 Habits of Highly Successful CINs
The Possibilities and Pitfalls of Telemedicine
Primary Care Is So Over
Manage My Health. Please? (Part 2 of 2)
Manage My Health. Please? (Part 1 of 2)
Is Medicaid Managed Care a Fraud?
Obamacare: Like We Expected?
An Accountable Care Model for the ED
2 Potential Missteps in Population Health Management That We Still Have Time to Avoid
2014 — A Historic Year for American Healthcare
5 Unanswered Questions About Bundled Payments
Coming of Age Together: Hospital Medicine and the Acute Care Continuum
Population Health Management: Could Mobile Health Tracking Be the Key?
The Acute Care Continuum Welcomes Anesthesiology
Observation Status Notification: a Partial Solution
Could Healthcare Reform Actually Raise the Cost of Care? (Part 2 of 2)
How Competition Keeps Healthcare Healthy
Medicaid Expansion: Is This a ‘No-Brainer’?
Hospitals Share Innovative Solutions to New ED Core Measures
It's Time for a Broader View of Healthcare Value
The Role of Urgent Care in Population Health Management
Could Healthcare Reform Actually Raise the Cost of Care? (Part 1 of 2)
How Providers Can Prepare for Population Management
What's Driving the Physician Employment Trend?
As Healthcare Delivery Evolves, Scribes Embrace Their Full Potential
Hospitals Hedge Their Bets by Purchasing Physician Practices
Creating Virtual Express Lanes for Lower-Acuity ED Patients
Reform Rekindles Hospitals' Interest in Multispecialty Groups
The Impact of Healthcare Reform on Emergency Department Profitability and Hospital Physician Spend
Best Practices for Recruiting and Retaining Great PAs and NPs
Investment in Transitional Care Pays Off for Busy ED
ED Throughput Collaborative Saves Patients a Decade of Waiting
The Transformation Takes Shape (Part 2 of 2)
The Transformation Takes Shape (Part 1 of 2)
It's Not Too Early to Gear Up for ED CAHPS
Want Meaningful Use? Make Technology Meaningful for Doctors.
Don't Be a Dodo: Three Crucial Steps to Evolving Your Healthcare Organization (Part 1 of 3)
Is Maryland's Hospital Spending Experiment the Future of Healthcare?
Baby Boomers and the Continuum of Care: We Know the Past, but What Is the Future?
Emergency Department Medical Decision-Making for NPs/PAs: Your Brain At Work
Reducing Readmissions: How Engaging Front-Line Providers Can Enhance Improvement Efforts
News Updates — Providers Seeing the Impact of Reform
Addressing Social Determinants of Health in the Emergency Department
5 Years After ACEP’s Warning, Access to Emergency Care Remains in Jeopardy
Storytelling as a Tool for Rebuilding a Patient-Centered Culture
News Updates — Expanding Coverage and Improving Access
Palliative Care: A Key to the Future of Healthcare
More Hospitals Taking a Collaborative Approach to SNF Integration
Buyers and Sellers Win, Patients and Providers Lose in Physician Group Buyouts
The Fickle Finger's Predictions for 2014
5 Stories That Changed Acute Care Forever in 2013
Becoming the Change: The Crucial Importance of Adaptability in Medicine
News Updates — News from the State Level
Kindness and Caring: The Universal Language of Patient Satisfaction
Courageous Conversations: Meeting the Challenges of Change Leadership
The Facility Level Implosion: What's Really Behind the Numbers?
Accelerating Change: Can a Collaborative Approach Achieve Breakthroughs in ED Turnaround Times?
The Power of Influence: Leading Change Through Relationships
News Updates — Looking for Answers in Reform
The Myth of the Preventable Emergency Visit
News Updates — Looking to Improve Quality of Care
The Unintended Consequences of Observation Units
Closing the HCAHPS Knowing-Doing Gap
Which Physician Compensation Model Makes Sense Under Healthcare Reform?
Is Healthcare Reinventing Itself Fast Enough?
The Impact of Increased Transparency on Emergency Care
News Updates — The Ebb and Flow of Patient Satisfaction
Access, Not Coverage, Is the True Crux of Healthcare Reform
Transparency in Medicine: Where Will We Be in 10 Years?
Compensating Emergency Physicians: If Not Fee-for-Service, What?
Healthcare Information Systems: Enabling the Work or Becoming the Work?
Creating a Data-Driven Hospital: Big Data and Analytics in Healthcare
Emergency Physicians Are from Mars, Hospitalists Are from Venus
News Updates — What Is Really Raising Healthcare Costs?
An EHR System Without Scribes Is Like a Jaguar Without Tires
Hospital Readmissions and the Long-Term Care Revolving Door
Scrutiny over CT Utilization Creates a Conundrum for Emergency Physicians
A Medical Home? Please, Not at My House
Safety First: Time for a New Mantra in Emergency Care
News Updates — Worried Physicians and Collaboration Success
The Role of Altruism in Emergency Medicine
Transitional Care: Connecting the Dots of the Acute Care Continuum
News Updates — Medicare Regulations and Reimbursements
Medicare Accelerates Program Linking Physician Pay to "Quality"
Turnaround Time to Admission: Strike While the Iron is Hot
The 2014 New Year’s Day Double Whammy — Is Your Emergency Department Prepared?
CMS Facility-Based Emergency Department E/M Levels: Dead in 2014?
News Updates – The Effects of Healthcare Reform
Beyond Red and Blue: Why Healthcare Reform Requires Nonpartisan Solutions
Like Spaghetti on the Wall: A Physician’s Mixed Feelings About Coverage Expansion
Emergency Physicians as the Solution for a C-Suite Dilemma
Perspectives on Hospital Pricing: Where Did This System Come From?
News Updates – Looking for Solutions Across the Acute Care Continuum
The New Payment Paradigm: What It Means for America’s Hospitals
Physicians Discuss Price Transparency in Medicine
News Updates – EMR, Aligning Physician Pay, and a Medicare Claims Database
RAND Report – Emergency Departments Add Value by Reducing Hospital Admissions
Exchange Plans Could Undermine ER Safety Net
Today's County Hospital Could Be A View into the Future (and That's a Good Thing)
The Cadillac Tax: Will It Help or Backfire?
News Updates – The Value and Cost of the Emergency Department
Patient Satisfaction: The New Deal
Healthcare Reform … Tell Me What You Know and What You Don’t Know! (Part 2 of 2)
News Updates – Dollars and Sense
Healthcare Reform … Tell Me What You Know and What You Don’t Know! (Part 1 of 2)
The Sounds of Jazz Coming from the Hospital
How Much Is the Nation Spending on ER Care? Wrong Question
Strengthening Our Residency in the Community
In Medicine, Sometimes More is Less
The Age of Transparency and Consolidation
News Updates — Readmission Rates and the ED
The Payment Modifier: Value Based Purchasing for Physicians
3 R's of Success in Managing Across the Acute Care Continuum, Part Two
Employee Engagement: A Critical Tool in the Age of Healthcare Reform
Ice Skating and the Acute Care Continuum
Healthcare's Evolution from Johnny Carson to Jimmy Fallon and Beyond
The Uncertainty of Moving (and the Power of Collaboration in Getting There)
Physicians: Reimbursement Reform is Here!
Inappropriate Use of the ER: Solutions that Make Sense
Physicians Who Will Be Living the Future Should be Leading the Planning
Accountable Care and Accountable Care Organizations Are Not the Same
The Engineering of the Acute Care Continuum
News Updates – Focusing on VBP in spite of Steady Readmission Rates and Increased Hospitalizations
Analysis of Proposed New CMS Rules on Medicaid Cost-sharing for ER Care
What If Employers Stopped Offering Health Insurance?
The Uneven Distribution of Jobs over the Acute Care Continuum
News Updates – Understaffing Affecting Patient Safety, Proposed Rules on the Individual Mandate, & the Return of House Calls to Cut Costs
Shirts and Skins: The Bump Rule (Part 2 of 2)
Shirts, Skins, and Transitions of Care (Part 1 of 2)
All the World’s A Stage for this (Pay for) Performance
Predictions for 2013 (Part 2 of 2)
Predictions for 2013 (Part 1 of 2)
News Updates — Admissions, Readmissions, History of Reform and Admissions Again
Transitioning to a Perfect Virtual Business Partnership
Democracy Along the Acute Care Continuum
Observations on the Observation Unit (Part 2 of 2)
Emergency Medicine and Payment Reform — Becoming Part of the Solution (Part 3 of 3)
The EMTALA "Put" and the Acute Care Continuum’s "Call"
Attending to the Care in Healthcare
A Paradigm Shift at the Local Level
How This Election Will Impact Healthcare — Or Not
Passing the Baton Towards Medical Reconciliation
A Bump in the Road to Payment Reform
How Do We Keep Safety Net Hospitals Safe from Bankruptcy?
The Iron Triangle of Health Care – Implications for the PPACA
Bundled Payments: A Bundle of Questions
Why Consolidation Is Different From Integration
The Medical Home Meets the Acute Care Continuum
And the Last Shall Be First (Part 3 of 3)
Healthcare Financing and the Difficulty of Making Good Decisions Under Stress
Who Will Pay for Occupational Health?
The Return of House Calls
Sniffing Out Solutions in Post-Acute Care
A Pathway to the Future
Health Plan Benefits for Emergency Care – Pick a Number
The ACA and the ED Are Closely Intertwined
Inter- and Intra-Hospital Physician Revenue Sharing (Part 2 of 3)
Preventing Acute Care Episodes: Adult Day Health Care Is Part of the Solution
From Stick to Carrot: The Supreme Court’s Medicaid Decision May Have the Biggest Impact
Healthcare Reform Upheld — What’s Next for Providers?
Are Patients Coming to the Emergency Department Really the Problem?
The Inefficiencies of Department Silos in Healthcare
Integrating a New Player in the Acute Care Continuum
How Will Trends in Payments to Hospitals Impact the Practice of Emergency Medicine?
The Biggest Change in the Healthcare System Is Not Reform
Five Trends That Will Define Emergency Department Use for the Next Decade
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