Posted April 24, 2017
Learn how care transition calls can help hospitals coordinate patient care and manage the additional accountability that the bundled payment model demands.
Posted April 19, 2017
AIDET®, Studer Group's framework for effective communication, can be utilized to improve patient engagement. By communicating empathy and competence to our patients, we can decrease their anxiety and increase their commitment, further enrolling them in their care.
Posted March 24, 2017
A Studer Group coach and registered nurse discusses the importance of making self-care a priority for nurses.
Posted February 24, 2017
Studer Group helps large healthcare systems to get results by focusing on 4 proven organizational strategies.
Posted February 21, 2017
Healthcare leaders joined Studer Group for a round table event discussing how to make mergers succeed. These are their thoughts.
Posted February 08, 2017
When Studer Group coach and nurse, Suz Fisher, found herself on the other side of the bedrails, it became a powerful reminder of why empathy and communication are critical to a positive patient experience and clinical outcomes.
Posted February 03, 2017
Studer Group Medical Group experts outline five ways organizations can successfully begin optimizing for MACRA.
Posted January 27, 2017
This seventh and final installment in our series on What's Right in Health Care considers some of the core principles that link together the diverse and often highly complex ideas presented and discussed. It builds on Part 6, our previous installment, which examined the "why" that underlies all that we do in healthcare.
Posted January 24, 2017
Part 6 of our 7-part series on What's Right in Health Care® 2016 focuses on the "why" of healthcare. A key ingredient in the success of high-performing organizations is the ability to define, articulate, communicate and constantly return to the "why" - an expression of core purpose that's written into the organization's mission, vision, and values, and becomes the starting point for cultural transformation.
Posted January 20, 2017
In Part 4 of our 7-part series on What's Right in Health Care® 2016 we reported on change and disruption in healthcare - a topic addressed by several conference speakers. Dr. Gurpreet Dhaliwal, professor of medicine, University of California San Francisco and Studer Group speaker, discussed rapid technological change from a physician's perspective, noting that there have been breakthroughs, and the potential benefits are substantial, "but we aren't there yet". He urged physicians and healthcare leaders to overcome the barriers and work toward "man and machine" rather than "man vs. machine".