Weekly News Roundup: March 29,2019
How are 2019 Predictions Holding Up?
As the first quarter comes to a close, we’re taking a look how predictions for 2019 are holding up so far. This week, our news roundup examines population health trends to watch, healthcare predictions for 2019 to question, hospital revenue cycle trends, and how trends in appointment-based-businesses will affect healthcare this year.
Population Health Trends to Watch, Trends to Question in 2019
healthcare organizations cannot afford to ignore consumers in 2019, as a number of major trends shape the future of care delivery (and a number of other trends warrant more critical thinking). Read More
The Top Five 2019 Healthcare Trends to Watch
During the 2018 mid-term elections, candidates faced off with bold claims to fix the broken healthcare system. So what is the new congress doing to improve healthcare and fix the gridlocked political system? Read More
2019 Online Scheduling and Client Management Trends for Appointment-Based Businesses
If you are an appointment-based business, online scheduling and client management are two important (and deeply related) areas you need to pay attention to if you want to get ahead this year. I believe the online scheduling software market is poised for rapid growth, making it a necessity if you want to stay competitive. Read More
Hospital Revenue Cycle Trends in 2019
Shrinking reimbursement rates and increasing costs keep hospital and health system CFOs and revenue cycle leaders constantly seeking strategies to improve the financial health of their organizations. Boosting revenue cycle performance is a key imperative for hospital leaders, and they’re implementing new technology and partnering with vendors to navigate the ever-changing reimbursement landscape. Read More