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Executive Health Management

GOP-led Congress Seen Prioritising ACA Repeal

2017 03 Jan

  Eager to prove that they can keep their campaign promises, GOP leaders are expected to make revocation of key ACA provisions a top priority when the 115th Congress convenes in early January. For instance, party leaders have expressed their intention to scrap the mandate requiring people to enrol in health coverage as soon as possible.    A bare-bones budget... Read more

Executive Health Management

2017 02 Jan

We now live longer but increased life expectancy has led to more pressure on healthcare services. The Design Council in the UK is involved in an innovative new drive to improve the experience for all concerned. Called Transform Ageing this new cross-sector initiative brings together people in later life, social entrepreneurs and health and social care leaders... Read more

IT Management

Tips for Hiring Top HIT Staff

2016 27 Dec

  Hospitals do what they can to recruit the best doctors and nurses. However, it's just as important to attract the right people to take care of your hospital’s IT needs.  With all the pending healthcare technology initiatives from the federal government, including an increased focus on interoperability with electronic health records(EHR) systems, it’s... Read more

Executive Health Management

Our Top Management & Leadership Tips for 2017

2016 19 Dec

 HealthManagement.org publishes the latest on cutting edge practice in healthcare management across our Imaging, Admin, IT and Cardiology platforms contributed from top experts around the world. We’ve compiled a list of top management tips we’ve received from our valued contributors in 2016 to inspire you for the New Year. Read on and enjoy!   “Talk... Read more

IT Management

Stronger CMO-CIO Collaboration Needed

2016 12 Dec

  Consumerism is a growing trend in healthcare. Today, consumers are directly paying for more of their healthcare costs, both for the care itself and insurance coverage. In particular, only 48 percent of healthcare payer customers get their insurance from their employer. This means more consumers are covered by federal programmes (e.g., Medicare) or... Read more

Executive Health Management

How to Improve Revenue Collection

2016 12 Dec

Consumers now pay a greater share of their health insurance coverage out-of-pocket mainly for two reasons: higher deductibles and employers passing on rising costs to their employees. Between 2014 and 2016, the patient balance after insurance has increased by eight percent, from $264 to $285.   At the recent HIMSS Revenue Cycle Solutions Summit in... Read more

Executive Health Management

Want to Develop Diversity? Call in the Experts

2016 12 Dec

Inequalities persist in the workplace. In a healthcare setting, such disparities reduce access to care, keep minority workers in poverty, and reinforce the cycle of oppression. Industry experts think that HR policy reforms can set some of these wrongs to right.   Acknowledge Wage Inequality   According to a JAMA Internal Medicine study, female physicians... Read more

Executive Health Management

Physician Leadership: 3 Ways to Develop

2016 05 Dec

  In the U.S., the Republican Party's shock victory in the recent elections has created uncertainty over the future of the Affordable Care Act (or ObamaCare). It’s in the midst of such uncertainty, analysts say, that the healthcare industry needs great physician leadership. The big question is: Are doctors ready to assume leadership roles?   At present, only... Read more

IT Management

Huffington's Thrive: Tech to Fight Burnout

2016 01 Dec

Arianna Huffington, co-founder and former editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post has launched her new business Thrive Global aimed at combating stress – especially that triggered by technology - enhancing wellbeing and improving performance at work and play. Addressing consumers’ relationship with technology is central to Thrive Global’s vision. In a... Read more

IT Management

Stanford: How Artificial Intelligence Will Transform Healthcare by 2030

2016 29 Nov

  Stanford University researchers are saying that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is ripe for healthcare and that the sector could be seeing applications as early as 2030. In a project called One Hundred Study on Artificial Intelligence (AI100) devised by AI experts from a range of fields including healthcare, how AI will impact daily life is in focus... Read more


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