Health care: thriving in the age of accountability

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In the post-health care reform world, only well managed and forward looking organizations will survive. How will you lower costs and improve quality and efficiency in the long term? We help providers thrive in the age of accountability.

Improving execution

Put our experience to work for you. We’ve helped the nation’s leading health care providers (including hospitals, health systems, managed care organizations, home health companies and post-acute care facilities) navigate market changes, government activities and care delivery innovations. Let us help you overcome obstacles, act on opportunities and succeed in these transformative times.


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Cracking the code on ICD-10

The number of available diagnostic codes is about to soar. Providers and payers need to prepare their staff, suppliers and update technology for this change.In our One Minute Recap, our panelists point out that compliance is the minimum and only 20% an IT issue. They caution that if you haven’t started to prepare, start now. Watch the full webcast