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New White Paper Download: Top 10 Characteristics of High-Performing Healthcare Organizations

Posted by Matthew Smith on Apr 18, 2017 11:30:49 AM

By Darryl Greene, MS, Vice President, and Robert Green, MBA, FACHE, CHFP, Senior Vice President, GE Healthcare Camden Group

high-performing healthcare organizations

Prompted by the Affordable Care Act and numerous other environmental factors, many healthcare organizations, physicians, employers, and newcomers to the industry have been simultaneously focusing on multiple objectives to decrease an unsustainable cost of care growth while improving the quality of care and access for millions of patients. A question for healthcare organizations to consider is how to remain relevant to patients and financially viable in an industry that has been in and will likely continue to be in a constantly developing landscape?

We have observed consistent and common characteristics or attributes among the leaders and many of the employees who work in the highest performing organizations. Our new White Paper discusses 10 characteristics to consider as you journey through this sometimes uncertain and sometimes turbulent, but always challenging and many times rewarding industry we call healthcare. 


GreenB1.pngMr. Green is a senior vice president and the practice lead for the financial operations and transaction advisory practice at GE Healthcare Camden Group. He has more than 26 years of healthcare experience with 13 years of healthcare consulting experience and 13 years of provider-based financial, operational, and strategic experience among health systems, hospitals, medical groups, management services organizations (“MSOs”), and physician hospital organizations (“PHOs”). Mr. Green has significant expertise in building high-performing teams and leading and executing transformational change. He may be reached at robert.t.green@ge.com. 


d.Greene-1.jpgMr. Greene is a vice president for the strategy and leadership practice at GE Healthcare Camden Group. He has more than 18 years of strategy to execution consulting experience, including 11 years in healthcare. He has significant expertise in strategic planning, business management systems implementation, talent management, performance improvement, leadership, and leading and executing transformational and culture change. He may be reached at darryl.greene@ge.com. 

 

Topics: Top 10, White Paper, Robert Green, Health System Integration, Staff Planning, Darryl Greene

White Paper Download: "Building an Integrated Delivery Network? Start Here"

Posted by Matthew Smith on Oct 27, 2015 12:03:43 PM

Balancing the desire to operate independently, while taking advantage of the infrastructure and systems available through alignment with integrated networks has made network participation a necessity – rather than an option – for most physicians.

This need on behalf of physicians, coupled with the requirement for health systems and managed care payers to provide a robust scope of clinical services across a targeted geography, has driven the formation of many integrated delivery networks (“IDNs”) across the healthcare delivery system.

This white paper from The Camden Group titled, “Building an Integrated Delivery Network? Start Here…” focuses on factors to consider when evaluating provider groups for a delivery network.

To download the white paper, please click the button below.

Integrated Deliver Network, White Paper, The Camden Group

Topics: Clinical Integration, Integrated Delivery Network, White Paper

New White Paper: "Building an Integrated Delivery Network?"

Posted by Matthew Smith on May 1, 2015 11:28:20 AM

A consistent trend has been emerging of medical groups continuing to consolidate and/or collaborate in new ways. Balancing the desire to operate independently, while taking advantage of the infrastructure and systems available through alignment with integrated networks has made network participation a necessity – rather than an option – for most physicians.

This need on behalf of physicians, coupled with the requirement for health systems and managed care payers to provide a robust scope of clinical services across a targeted geography, has driven the formation of many integrated delivery networks (“IDNs”) across the healthcare delivery system.

The latest white paper from GE Healthcare Camden Group titled, “Building an Integrated Delivery Network? Start Here…” focuses factors to consider in evaluating provider groups for a delivery network.

To download the white paper, please click the button below.

Integrated Deliver Network, White Paper, The Camden Group

Topics: Clinical Integration, Integrated Delivery Network, Graham Brown, White Paper

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