Protect the privacy of your patients and the reputation of your facility.
Training that’s smarter, more effective, and cost efficient.
Automate the COI disclosure and management process.
It is a trying time for physicians, who are experiencing change on numerous fronts and struggling to get ahead of all the new demands they are facing. The list of challenges is significant, and it is no wonder that nearly half of the physicians in the U.S. are suffering the debilitating effects of burnout. In this issue of the PX Advisor, we take an in-depth look at some of these issues physicians are facing and identify best practices, coping mechanisms, and a few new solutions that you might find helpful as you work with your own medical staff.
In our feature article, Dr. Barbara Paul talks about her use of a system-wide, annual medical staff survey to engage physicians in on-going improvement efforts. NAMSS President Linda Waldorf discusses the efforts of her organization to bring standardization to the chaotic world of credentialing and provider enrollment. Other articles address such issues as caring for a growing frail elder population, managing employed physicians, and tackling physician burnout. We are also taking this opportunity to announce a new business area by HealthStream—called Echo—that offers innovative new solutions for physicians’ credentialing and provider enrollment needs.
This issue includes:
Supporting Physicians through Difficult Times
Physician Burnout – a Four Step Path to Engagement
The Duke Inter-professional Frail Elder Care certificate program: HealthStream Living Labs in Action
Standardization Needed for Credentialing and Provider Enrollment
The Employed Physician – What Does Success Look Like?
Year-Round Focus Is Key to Improving Physician Satisfaction and Engagement
Improve Your Provider Processes with Echo, the Industry Leader in Provider Data Management
The ICD-10 Deadline Has Passed: Now What?
Provider Enrollment: A New Revenue Cycle Imperative
CMS Provides CAHPS Updates for 2016
ACO CAHPS – Assessing the Patient’s Coordinated Care Experience
Where Is Provider Credentialing Headed? An Interview with Credentialing Expert Meg Terry
Be on the Lookout for Upcoming Events at HealthStream
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