Accelerating Change with Interim Healthcare Executive Leadership – Part 2

An Interim Healthcare Executive Leadership strategy can help healthcare organizations and medical group practices to: 1. Accelerate change, 2. Catalyze operational initiatives, and 3. Keep the organization moving forward.  In addition to knowing who the Interim Healthcare Executive can be to your organization, you must know the right time to search and for whom you are searching.  When to Hire and What to Look for in Your Next Interim Healthcare Executive? When Full Plates Become Overflowing Platters - In the C-suite, we often feel that we are running out of time – health care is changing so rapidly.  Financial and reimbursement uncertainties, for example related to the Accountable Care Act, coupled with daunting budget challenges often pressure senior leaders to cut needed executive roles and skimp on leadership development training of promising administrative and physician managers, which could fill the senior leadership gap. The result is a chronically overwhelmed leadership team with an endless cascading list of [...]

2018-03-21T17:40:54-04:00March 21st, 2018|Interim Healthcare Executives|

Never Stop Learning and Leading – HIMSS18 Takeaways

Each year, the RoundTable team book their flights for the annual HIMSS conference, and 2018 was not any different.  We were eager to get to the conference to meet new industry leaders and hear more about one of the conference’s main themes centered around the patient experience, which aligns perfectly with our Management Consulting service lines – Healthcare Customer Experience & Relationship Management (HCxRM) and Revenue Cycle Growth & Integrity. As we attended multiple sessions and walked the show floor, we saw several trends and had six major takeaways: 1- Interoperability The industry is experiencing interoperability issues which have spawned a whole host of middleware and interoperability vendors and consultants. The true solution relies upon creating and enforcing healthcare standards within the software frameworks themselves instead of allowing health records companies to continue to develop proprietary software. 2- Technology, Data and Analytics...and what to do with it? In the early days of the internet, websites had the [...]

2018-03-15T17:58:13-04:00March 15th, 2018|Conferences, HCxRM, Management Consulting, Revenue Cycle|
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