Value-based care is touted as one of the methods that could replace the fee-based method. As a starting off point, we’ve broken out some of the pros and cons to the value-based care method. It’s important to note that the pros and cons can vary depending on the specific context, healthcare system, and implementation strategy of value-based health care.
This guide provides tools and insights to help you understand why strategy and change management are integral parts in your financial services organization’s digital transformation.
Value-based care involves all stakeholders including providers, hospital systems, and insurance organizations. We’ve gathered experts from each stakeholder group to share insights, experiences, and challenges they’ve encountered through their value-based health care transitions.
New interactive guide designed to help insurance organizations and leaders understand why and how to adopt more agile and customer-centric approaches to stay ahead of the competition and quickly changing market conditions.
Poor change management is a key reason organizations do not achieve their improvement goals. How can you ensure you are improving and not just changing? Jeff Chan offers two areas of focus to ensure successful change.
Frontline managers often feel responsible for doing the heavy lifting of organizational change efforts. This “manager’s dilemma” is not a guarantee of failure. When managers embrace four specific roles related to change efforts, they can be more successful in moving a change forward.
While there are myriad challenges facing organizations, one that stands out most is digital transformation.
Initially, ACV Parent Company’s strategy was to leave the acquired businesses as standalone entities instead of integrating them into ACV or across other similar businesses. While this strategy worked for a period of time, market conditions changed and a new strategy was needed.
Successfully leading remote and hybrid teams requires different skills to ensure team alignment and engagement. There are some leadership styles that can be detrimental when applied to a remote or hybrid team, and you need to be proactive in addressing those issues before there is a cultural breakdown.
For your organization to remain relevant, you may need to reconsider your reliance on physical space and the ways your managers and leaders support virtual and hybrid teams.