This guide to successful employer partnerships describes several case studies and lessons learned. Examples include on-site clinics, an accountable care organization and virtual health care.
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This report distills these discussions so that other strategic leaders connected with SHSMD can lead their organizations toward stronger market relevance through strategy that develops cultures of collaboration and innovation.
Lead Healthcare’s Transformation with SHSMD ADVANCE™ SHSMD ADVANCE™ is a comprehensive learning framework that includes a series of skill building tools that will help you and your health care strategy team assess, build, and promote your strategic abilities.
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has developed a Comprehensive Opioid Response with the 12 steps as a solution to treating people with opioid addiction, which engages and activates community resources, providers, physicians, families, and the patient for optimal outcomes. Learn how they engaged physicians as a part of treatment, prevention, and pain management to reduce risk of developing Opioid Use Disorder.
Health systems are increasingly expanding their reach into new geographies through partnerships of all sizes in order to serve new communities and deliver the full care continuum. Learn valuable lessons for branding and marketing success in health care’s merger-heavy market.
Ask the executive team at any of the 5,200 hospitals in the United States and they will likely tell you that local demographics, competition, and payer mix make them "different from the rest." Although differences abound, all are seeing troubling reimbursement trends, all must find ways to respond to an increasingly demanding consumer, and all are looking to develop a revenue growth strategy for long-term sustainability.
Doing More With Less: Maximize Use of Assets, Respond to Market Growth, and Create Competitive Advantage
Hospitals and health systems are simultaneously facing the reality of reduced and changing reimbursement models and increased competition including competition from market innovators and disruptors. In this environment providers must learn to plan and act nimbly while pursuing incremental strategies that can create sustained competitive advantage.
We are in a renaissance. The rate of change in the healthcare marketplace is moving at an accelerated pace. There are more opportunities than ever before for healthcare strategists, but there are greater challenges to refine and build upon their skillsets in preparation for an unknown future. Read about the skills and attributes necessary to succeed in a rapidly evolving healthcare environment.
Learn how Lafayette General Health developed and deployed a partnership ranking decision tool to support its long-range strategic business objectives.
How to consolidate competing mammography sites in to one–while retaining patients and with no additional budget.
How can the attributes and skills highlighted in Bridging Worlds be applied to take your team to the next level? This session will allow participants to explore these concepts through real-world case studies, gaining practical knowledge to apply within their own organizations.
This report provides an overview of the 2015 Thought Leader Forum, which focused on: examples of creative affiliations, criteria for selecting the right partner, challenges and limitations of non-merger arrangements, and communicating affiliation initiatives to stakeholders.
Applicable to all levels of personnel, this competency model can be used not only to guide development conversations, but also to put an accountable structure and focus around your development plans.
Academic Medical Center and Community Hospital Collaboration: Strategy, Results, and Lessons Learned
In this session, business development leaders from San Diego Health System and Temecula Valley Hospital will share their experience in establishing a partnership.