Healthcare Consumerism: The Disconnect Between Knowing What Needs to Change and Putting a Strategy in Place to Get There
 August 24, 2018

Healthcare Consumerism: The Disconnect Between Knowing What Needs to Change and Putting a Strategy in Place to Get There

Findings from Kaufman Hall’s 2018 Healthcare Consumerism Survey show a wide awareness among hospitals and health systems that consumer expectations...
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New Books In Medicine Podcast: Sam Kean Tells Wide Range of Stories From Our Genetic Past
 August 22, 2018

New Books In Medicine Podcast: Sam Kean Tells Wide Range of Stories From Our Genetic Past

Author: Sam Kean Book: The Violinist's Thumb: And Other Lost Tales of Love, War, And Genius as Written by Our Genetic Code New Books in Medicine is...
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New Books In Medicine Podcast: Dorothy H. Crawford Explains How Microbes Shaped Our History
 August 17, 2018

New Books In Medicine Podcast: Dorothy H. Crawford Explains How Microbes Shaped Our History

Author: Dorothy H. Crawford Book: Deadly Companions: How Microbes Shaped our History New Books in Medicine is one of the podcast channels on the New...
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Convenience and Automation: Improve the Patient Experience with Automatic Payments
 August 15, 2018

Convenience and Automation: Improve the Patient Experience with Automatic Payments

Everyone has a story about trying to register to pay a bill on a archaic and complicated website or waiting on hold for what seems like days only to...
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New Books In Medicine Podcast: Dr. Toby Cosgrove Provides Lessons in Excellence From Leading Healthcare Organization, The Cleveland Clinic
 August 3, 2018

New Books In Medicine Podcast: Dr. Toby Cosgrove Provides Lessons in Excellence From Leading Healthcare Organization, The Cleveland Clinic

Author: Toby Cosgrove, MD Book: The Cleveland Clinic Way New Books in Medicine is one of the podcast channels on the New Books Network, subscribe on...
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The Patient is Now the Payer: How Rural Health Systems Can Manage Unique Revenue Cycle Challenges
 August 2, 2018

The Patient is Now the Payer: How Rural Health Systems Can Manage Unique Revenue Cycle Challenges

Sadly, 41% of rural healthcare facilities lost money in 2016, according to a Chartis Group research study. Negative operating margins can quickly...
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New Books in Medicine Podcast: Dr. Halee Fischer-Wright Pulls Back the Curtain on Imbalances in Healthcare
 July 24, 2018

New Books in Medicine Podcast: Dr. Halee Fischer-Wright Pulls Back the Curtain on Imbalances in Healthcare

Author: Dr. Halee Fischer-Wright Book: Back to Balance: The Art, Science and Business of Medicine New Books in Medicine is one of the podcast...
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Are You Feeling the Heat to Increase Revenue in Patient Pay?
 July 19, 2018

Are You Feeling the Heat to Increase Revenue in Patient Pay?

The key takeaways from Kaufman Hall’s annual 2018 State of Consumerism in Healthcare report are that healthcare executives are investing in consumer...
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New Books In Medicine Podcast: Stephen Klasko's Creative Ideas For Healthcare Reform
 July 16, 2018

New Books In Medicine Podcast: Stephen Klasko's Creative Ideas For Healthcare Reform

Author: Stephen Klasko, MD, MBA Book: Bless This Mess: A Picture Story of Healthcare in America (2018 Lulu publishing) New Books in Medicine is one...
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