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CSuite Solutions explains the value of Centers of Excellence for effectively addressing the post-acute care of COVID-19 patients.
CSuite Solutions explains how the COVID-19 outbreak is accelerating change within the healthcare industry.
The Triple Aim of value-based healthcare is being rounded out by a fourth aim - care of the provider.
CSuite Solutions explains the benefits offered by a center of excellence program.
CSuite Solutions, a healthcare consulting firm, defines and explains the Clinically Integrated Network or CIN.
CSuite Solutions works with healthcare providers throughout the United States to deliver innovative solutions that improve patient care while driving efficiencies.
Managing partner and co-founder of CSuite Solutions, Stewart Schaffer, was recently interviewed by Managed Healthcare Executive to find out which soft skills he prioritizes and why they’re so important.
Stewart Schaffer is challenging the thought process behind some new and trending executive roles (titles) in healthcare, asking probing questions about the scope of the roles and if they even make sense.
Nationwide ACO consultants aim to educate individuals by sharing their insights into the three most frequently asked questions about ACOs.
Take Your Healthcare Enterprise to the Next Level with Interim Healthcare Leadership. The CSuite Solutions executive leadership team includes former CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CAOs, CSOs and enterprise business development executives all of whom have extensive experience with large healthcare systems.
RCM, otherwise known as revenue cycle management, is the process, largely a financial one, that healthcare systems use to track the entire patient care process, from point of contact to the final payment of the balance.
Healthcare executive launches book encouraging creativity and imagination in leadership Lead with Imagination details examples and stories from transforming one of the nations’ largest hospitals, with insights to lead organizations through times of change.
Brian Paradis is convinced that the answer to simplifying our healthcare system lies in focusing on the amount of time that patients spend waiting to see a care team as well as time spent with caregivers.
The DTE program aims to reduce the speed to market for insurance coverage by providing guidance and a pathway to implementation in six to eight months versus a typical twelve to eighteen-month to two-year implementation timeline for a standard self-funded insurance plan.