In a deep dive into what constitutes a successful manpower planning strategy, this white paper presents a set of 12 questions health system executives should be asking and answering in order to
Improving Manpower Planning with Patient-Focused Claims Data Analytics
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As health organizations transition toward population health and value-based contracting, the challenges in determining the right number and mix of providers, as well as the placement and alignment of
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Traditional manpower planning is inadequate for success in today’s rapidly-changing healthcare environment. Instead, Healthcare Strategy Group recommends a comprehensive physician strategy tor medical
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This is the second article in a two-part series. The first covered best practices for adding advanced practitioners to physician networks. Three Tips on Measuring AP
7 Steps for Adding Advanced Practitioners to Physician Networks
This is the first of a two-part series on using advanced practitioners in physician networks. The second article covers advanced practitioner compensation, including the development of
How Many Primary Care Physicians Do You Really Need?
Executing a primary care strategy that provides the right number of primary care providers is critical to the success of your employed provider network. Traditional physician manpower planning models
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One size doesn’t fit all when developing a Physician Needs Analysis. While similar base components are always included, the scope, data elements, methodology and resulting analysis should reflect the
Case Study: Developing a Physician Recruitment Plan at the Hospital System Level
Background A five-hospital system in Northern Indiana located just outside the Chicago metropolitan area required a shared recruitment plan to address the need for multiple select specialties.