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Articles & Whitepapers

Articles & Whitepapers

Prioritization is one of the biggest challenges leaders face today. In fact, I hear about this issue all the time from leaders at all types of healthcare organizations, from huge multi-hospital systems to physician practices.

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Studer Group congratulates the top 100 healthcare organizations recognized by Modern Healthcare as a 2013 Best Places to Work.

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Studer Group's "Managing Drug-Seeking Behaviors & Super Users in the Emergency Department" whitepaper featured as a Quality Tool in this AHRQ article.

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Quint Studer's latest featured article in Becker's Hospital Review provides four steps to providing physicians with meaningful feedback and six tips to help hospital leaders carry out the process.   

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Quint Studer shares the importance of accountability and five commonalities among high-performing healthcare organizations in this Becker's Hospital Review article.

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Quint Studer shares 10 signs of a hospital-physician relationship in need of repair and improvement in this Becker's Hospital Review article by Molly Gamble.   

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Quint Studer shares how hospital leaders can address relayed messages and employee complaints in this Becker's Hospital Review article by Molly Gamble.

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a final rule on August 2, 2013, that updates Medicare payment policies and rates under the Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) and Long-Term Care Hospitals Prospective Payment System (LTCH PPS) for fiscal year 2014. 

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Quint Studer's latest featured article in Becker's Hospital Review provides tips for hospital leaders to take pay-for-performance concepts into their own hands by enforcing value-based mechanisms elsewhere in their organizations.

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Sometimes ED leaders find that even though they have asked staff to perform new and prescriptive behaviors to improve patient care (eg, Studer Group® Must Haves® like leader rounding, Hourly Rounding® in the ED reception and treatment areas, and post-visit phone calls), they just are not seeing the results they expect. In such cases, the simulated skills lab model can be useful for diagnosing and closing performance gaps.

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The 24th annual Best Hospitals list was released by U.S. News & World Report. This year, nearly 5,000 hospitals and 10,000 specialties were evaluated. Only 18 highly reliable healthcare organizations made the Honor Roll list, meaning that in at least six specialties they ranked near the top. Furthermore, only 147 hospitals were recognized for their ranking in one or more specialties.

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The job of a hospital CEO can be overwhelming. There are so many areas to oversee, decisions to make and problems to solve. If you aren't careful, you'll spend your whole day responding and reacting instead of laser-focusing on the issues that drive results. 

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Quint Studer kicked-off a new Sloan Alumni Association initiative for Cornell University's Sloan Program in Health Administration.

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Congratulations to the organizations that were named “57 Hospitals with the Best Physician Communication” by Becker's Hospital Review. These hospitals had the highest percentage of patients who "reported that their doctors 'always' communicated well" in the HCAHPS survey, as reported by CMS' Hospital Compare database from July 2011 through June 2012. Congratulations and thank you for the difference you make in healthcare.

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Access this Becker’s Hospital Review that includes an interview by Cathy Jacobson, CEO of Froedtert Health, an organization coached by Studer Group, titled “Successfully Navigating Sequester Cuts: Q&A with Froedtert Health CEO Cathy Jacobson.” During this interview, she shares how the organization is responding and handling reduced reimbursements while still focusing on physician group partnerships.

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Can healthcare be more like the airline industry? Quint Studer, founder and Chairman of the Board at Studer Group, says yes — and that's good news for hospitals and patients alike.

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We would like to congratulate the organizations that were named “100 Great Places to Work in Healthcare” by Becker's Hospital Review and Becker's ASC Review. To the winning organizations and especially those organizations that are coached by Studer Group, thank you for your dedication to making healthcare better and congratulations on receiving this distinguished award!

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Quint Studer is among the 50 speakers chosen to present at Becker's Hospital Review CEO Strategy Roundtable in November 2013.

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The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services (SPHHS) announces today that beginning Fall 2013, it is launching a new Executive Master of Health Services Administration (EMHSA) degree. The EMHSA, offered through the Department of Health Services Management and Leadership (HSML) is taught in a hybrid model combining four-day in-person intensive classes on the Washington, D.C. Foggy Bottom campus followed by twelve-week online integrated learning modules.

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The implication is clear: many organizations are suffering from a complacency epidemic at a time when urgency needs to be at an all-time high. The good news is organizations can prevent, reduce or cure complacency and get everyone's urgency levels more aligned. Mr. Studer offers the following strategies for doing just that.

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