Patient Satisfaction

Patient Satisfaction

It is difficult for most patients to distinguish between good and mediocre medical care for most services. However, patients are very adept at judging how they are treated as a customer.  When patients are able to choose where to receive their Emergency Medicine (EM)...
Patient Satisfaction

Patient Satisfaction

It is difficult for most patients to distinguish between good and mediocre medical care for most services. However, patients are very adept at judging how they are treated as a customer.  When patients are able to choose where to receive their hospital services, their...
Maximizing Revenue

Maximizing Revenue

Revenue generated from patient hospitalization is often the largest revenue source for a community hospital. According to the American Hospital Association, the total inpatient admission volume to community hospitals has declined every year since 2008. If the decline...
Continuity of Care

Continuity of Care

The most common question we hear in reference to our Hybrid medicine practice is “If there is a different inpatient doctor every day or two, how will the patient receive continuity of care?” Whether the question comes from the hospital executive, Medical staff, a...
Leadership

Leadership

A key component for HospitalMD to achieve the levels of success we expect and our clients deserve is Purposeful Leadership. Leadership is not a unique topic, and can certainly be found on almost every Hospital Medicine (HM) group’s marketing material. Although...
Training/Education

Training/Education

If a Hospital Medicine (HM) group is truly committed to maximizing the clinical and financial success of a hospital, then a commitment to training and education is essential. That training and education must go farther than what too many HM groups only offer: a...