Case Study: Cardiology Co-Management Agreement

Background Our client was a two-hospital system in the Mid-Atlantic region that was experiencing inefficiencies in their cath lab. The inefficiencies resulted in high costs-per-case, substandard outcomes and lost market share. The lab was used by interventionalists from two independent cardiology groups. HSG explored several alignment methods, including employment, call coverage pay and Professional Services Agreements.  […]

Push Coordinated Cancer Care through Co-Management

One of health reform’s goals is to change the way health care is delivered in America. Rather than treating patients in silos, health reform initiatives encourage providers to work together. Cancer care is an excellent example of the need for a team approach to care. Because it can involve many silos – medical oncology, radiation oncology, surgery, radiology/imaging, pathology, […]