business strategy

Accepting change is hard, but with the right guidance it doesn’t have to beBlogger Donna Suter draws from personal experience and provides four tips on maintaining the needs of your practice in an evolving business climate.
Why ODs need a business strategyRunning a practice day-to-day can pose challenges for ODs. Carl Spear, OD, MBA, FAAO, outlines the three basic business strategies to maximize success and why it is important to choose one that fits your practice.
Three crucial skills for healthcare leaders in turbulent times
Three crucial skills for healthcare leaders in turbulent timesClinical experience and business acumen are important factors in a successful healthcare leader, but the ability to accept change and help an organization adapt are perhaps the most critical.
Business principles in dermatology practice“Business literacy is an emerging competency that’s necessary for physicians,” says one dermatologist.
Three ways to establish a value-focused organizationFrom changing leadership to new payment models, find out what to expect and how to succeed in 2016.
Top managed care challenges of 2015As 2015 comes to a close, a look at this year's challenges and next year's opportunities.
Health plan executives' top population health prioritiesHere's how four plans are using the management strategy to improve quality, reduce costs.
Five attributes of health plans poised to winToday’s value-focused economy was a primary discussion point at a recent roundtable of health plan CEOs. The discussion led to five essential attributes that organizations must embrace to thrive.
Super clinically integrated networks: 8 components to considerClinically Integrated Networks (CINs) are evolving quickly across the country in response to changing reimbursement trends and the move to value-based payments.
What you’re missing without a mission statementA mission statement is a powerful tool that can drive practice growth, productivity and success when thoughtfully developed and properly utilized.