Read Time: 4 minutes For community hospitals, improving outcomes and generating income is crucial to staying open and providing healthcare services to rural communities.
Read Time: 4 minutes Rural hospitals are closing quickly due to low patient volume and lean budgets. Just 1-2 appropriate admissions per week can keep community hospitals open.
Read Time: 4 minutes Rural hospitals struggle to increase revenue and offer a variety of services. Often, community hospitals lose patients to metropolitan areas.
Read Time: 4 minutes CMS has shifted reimbursement models from fee-for-service to value-based care. Small workforces can pose challenges for rural hospitals.
Read Time: 4 minutes Hospitals who outsource emergency department management can benefit from decreased costs, high quality of care, and increased physician retention.
Read Time: 4 minutes Small hospitals can struggle to maximize reimbursement. But keeping rural hospitals open is critical to offering healthcare to small communities.
Read Time: 4 minutes MACRA has shifted physician payment from fee-for-service to value-based models. Providing high-quality care is more important than ever.
Read Time: 4 minutes Hospitals in rural America often struggle to operate efficiently while keeping costs low. A 24/7 telecase management strategy can have a positive impact.
Read Time: 4 minutes Rural hospitals face many issues related to staffing, lack of equipment, and funding which impacts care management, especially night time case management.
Read Time: 4 minutes Patient satisfaction is crucial to the success of a healthcare facility. The term encompasses everything from access to care to communicate with patients.