During the Great Resignation, millions of Americans have said “I quit” and moved on from their organizations. As the talent pool shrinks, leaders are prepared to do just about anything to keep good employees from walking out that door.
As artificial intelligence becomes ubiquitous in business, non-tech companies need to learn how to use their data to gain a competitive edge.
RVUs, over time, have proved to be a most useful source for measuring productivity. It is universally accepted as the standard for measuring physician and related provider productivity. RVUs serve as the basis for determining reimbursement and compen...
Price information is becoming more available due to federal disclosure rules. Hospitals are already required to post their negotiated rates, and health insurance plans will need to do so beginning in July 2022. Sophisticated employers can save money ...
In the past five years, more than half of U.S. adults report they’ve gone into debt because of medical or dental bills, the KFF poll found.
In this episode of SoundPractice, Mike Sacopulos interviews Ellis "Mac" Knight, MD, MBA, about his new book, Healthcare Economic Reform: How and Why Physicians Must Lead Change Within Our Evolving Healthcare Economy.
Before Russia’s Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine, the outlook for the U.S. economy was stressed but hopeful. Pandemic pressures appeared to be peaking, inflation was widely expected to normalize, and the Fed stood a credible chance of engineering a “soft ...
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