Here at Ludi, we’ve been fortunate over the years to work with wonderful hospital clients throughout the country. Through these different collaborations, we’ve identified a number of best practices that can help hospitals better manage their physician contract strategies. If you didn’t catch our latest infographic on this very topic, here’s a recap of some of our […]
Physician Contract Lifecycle Management
An archive of all posts categorized under “Physician Contract Lifecycle Management” in the Ludi blog.
Last week, I posted about a recent webinar Ludi and MD Ranger conducted to address some of the impact of COVID-19 has had on hospital-physician contract strategies nationwide. My friend Allison Pullins, Vice President, Chief Strategy and Operating Officer at MD Ranger focused on how to avoid pitfalls of setting up physician contracts during the
By now, just about everyone and every business has been impacted by the effects of COVID-19. Hospitals, and the overall health care delivery system, have taken a significant hit (to say the least). In a recent webinar hosted by Ludi, I joined forces with Allison Pullins, Chief Strategy Officer at MD Ranger, to talk about
Are you feeling as though you’re missing out on revenue that your hospital deserves? Well, there’s a great possibility that you just might be. No need to worry though, we have laid out five situations that are telling signs you’re leaving money on the table. 1. You don’t know what you’re spending on physicians administrative
Hidden somewhere inside each hospital is the person who is responsible for coordinating the submission of the Medicare Cost Report. This is an annual filing that contains information about the hospital’s cost of delivering care. While Medicare currently reimburses hospitals prospectively based on DRGs, accurately and efficiently logging your physicians’ workflows is still a major
With this kind of title, I bet you were thinking, “Hey, there is going to be a trick!” Well, there’s not a really a trick. But, we do have a tip: Use market data to establish physician payment rates. There it is. The straight story from someone who is not in the business of producing,