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5 Strategies to Help Your Hospital Overcome Ongoing Clinical Staffing Challenges in 2024

5 Strategies to Help Your Hospital Overcome Ongoing Clinical Staffing Challenges in 2024

Although employment and wages in the healthcare industry have seen improvements since the pandemic, there are still ongoing concerns about high quit rates, labor shortages and stagnant wages. For example, 1 in 5 registered nurses (RNs) still report they intend to leave the workforce by 2027 due to mounting stress...

Healthcare Headlines from the Hill

Healthcare Headlines from the Hill: May Edition

Stay ahead of the latest regulatory shifts and healthcare breaking news with Headlines from the Hill.

Inpatient Rehabilitation Management

Inpatient Rehabilitation Management: Key Insights to Help Hospitals Overcome the Obstacles

Shifting regulations, rising denials and ongoing labor shortages present a multitude of challenges for hospitals when running an inpatient rehabilitation program. However, these are not the only obstacles.

Top Challenges of Running Inpatient Rehabilitation: 3 Things to Know

Top Challenges of Running Inpatient Rehabilitation: 3 Things to Know

The rehabilitation services market is expected to reach $215 billion by 2030 – a 48% jump from its 2021 valuation.1 However, the demand and complexity of inpatient rehabilitation is outpacing the ability to acquire and maintain specialized resources, expertise and capital to meet the growing need in local communities. Discover 3 of...

Lifepoint Partner Testimonial: Enhancing outcomes for the growing medically complex population

Lifepoint Partner Testimonial: Enhancing outcomes for the growing medically complex population

In recent years, post-acute admissions for neurological and pulmonary conditions have seen significant growth – with acuity rates of the general patient population rising 6% since 2019. These rising rates, couples of prolonged length of stay (LOS) numbers, has hospitals juggling a variety of new and complex illnesses.1,2

The Rise of Value-Based Care: What It Is and Why Hospitals Should Prioritize Integration

The Rise of Value-Based Care: What It Is and Why Hospitals Should Prioritize Integration

CMS aims to have all Medicare beneficiaries and most Medicaid beneficiaries enrolled in accountable care programs by 2030.1 This growing rate of adoption could lead to a value-based care (VBC) market valuation of $1 trillion in the coming years – creating substantial value for payers and providers, notes a McKinsey...

Healthcare Headlines from the Hill

Healthcare Headlines from the Hill: February Edition

Stay ahead of the latest regulatory shifts and healthcare breaking news with Headlines from the Hill.

Rising Readmission Penalties Expected in 2024: What Rehab Hospitals Can Do to Reduce its Impact

Rising Readmission Penalties Expected in 2024: What Rehab Hospitals Can Do to Reduce its Impact

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) reported 2023 to be the lowest number of readmission penalties in nearly 10 years by the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program (HRRP). However, this trend is expected to reverse for fiscal year (FY) 2024.1 If hospitals are not prepared, patient experience and outcomes, as...

New Healthcare Regulations, Consumerism Shifts and More: How Your Hospital Can Prepare in 2024

New Healthcare Regulations, Consumerism Shifts and More: How Your Hospital Can Prepare in 2024

In addition to identifying and addressing trends around financial health, staffing challenges, and technology opportunities, there remain a number of additional trends set to impact hospitals throughout 2024. Discover three additional trends that health leaders should consider when developing and managing their hospital’s strategic priorities this year. Shifting Healthcare Consumerism Needs In...

Three Inpatient Rehabilitation Trends Every Health Executive Should Know

Three Inpatient Rehabilitation Trends Every Health Executive Should Know

2024 is anticipated to be a year of significant change for post-acute and inpatient rehabilitation service lines. To help ensure hospitals stay ahead of these changes and position themselves for success throughout the year, health leaders are looking into the trends expected to have the greatest impact. Three of these top...

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