Improving quality is incredibly important, but it is only half of the story that should be told when it comes to successful initiatives meant to reduce harm. What about cost? Cost is often left out of the success narrative because there has been no good, reliable and valid way to calculate the associated costs to harm events – until now.
To Cut Healthcare Costs, Start at the Top
Financial leaders can identify where and how to trim budgets, but it’s up to CEOs to get buy-in from an organization’s leadership and staff, and to address the cultural, quality, and staffing concerns associated with deep cuts.
Join this webinar to hear how Mission Health System, a six-hospital system based in Asheville, NC. tackled this approach by finding new efficiencies without threatening quality.