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The Physician's Place in the ACO

Development of accountable care organizations may be critical to holding down costs and improving quality. But how will doctors' roles change?

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The Growth of the Physician CEO

At a time when hospital-physician alignment has taken on greater importance, the MD as CEO might seem obvious, but, as with most things in healthcare, it's not that simple.

Credit Ratings in the Reform Era

Balancing short- and long-term plans while preparing for a system that does not yet exist puts leadership to the test.

Merging the Clinical and Financial
Money Talk
Spine & Neck Service Line Requires Planned Growth

While spine surgery traditionally has been an area of lucrative income for hospitals, there is growing debate over the necessity of some procedures related to patient need. To balance those concerns, more and more hospitals are offering multifaceted care, with the possibility of surgery if needed, to expand their business operations.


Industry stakeholders are trying new ways to deliver and pay for care, but the shift to value remains an unfinished journey. Find out more in the September issue of HealthLeaders Magazine



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