Appleton, Wis. (March 13, 2014) — The Clinical Business Intelligence Network (CBIN), a peer‐to‐peer learning community that brings together healthcare leaders in performance improvement, clinical analytics, business intelligence and IT, is pleased to announce its newest member, Aspirus in Wausau, Wis. For full story click here.
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This coming April, pioneers from all over Europe, Canada and the United States will convene in Brussels to learn, share and connect on how to transform healthcare. Click here for more information. Preliminary agenda.
ACHE announces the winner of the 2014 Dean Conley Award is John Toussaint, MD, for his article “A Management, Leadership and Board Road Map to Transforming Care for Patients,” published in the Spring 2013 issue of Frontiers of Health Services Management. Read press release here.
Dr. Jeff Thompson, CEO of Gundersen Health System, will be honored as a “Champion of Change” at the White House today. The “Champions” program, which honors various segments of society annually, this year chose 11 people from across the country “who are working on the front lines to protect public health in a changing climate.” […]
Pam Pietruszewski, M.A., a health care consultant at the Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement’s (ICSI) Professional Partnerships division, explains how a program in Minnesota is changing the way depression care is delivered and paid for. ICSI brought together medical groups, health plans, employers and patients to discuss barriers to establishing a collaborative approach for patients […]
A new KPMG survey that plumbs the attitudes of health care providers, health insurers, and pharmaceutical companies toward healthcare transformation finds that all three types of businesses view health IT as a crucial factor in the impending changes in healthcare. To read the article, click here
Paul O’Neill, Fmr.Treasury Secretary, discusses how applying lean concepts and transparency in healthcare can help reduce medical costs. To watch the video, click here
Consumer Reports’ new ratings find that some are riskier than others. To read the article, click here
Read reactions from healthcare leaders, executives, lawyers and consultants. To read the article, click here