Attributes of Physician Leaders that Produce Success in Value-Based Care

Post on October 26, 2018 in Insights, Lumina Leadership Institute, and Value-Based Strategy

As a physician leader who coaches other physician leaders, I can attest to the fact that the design of value-based care requires physician participation. The tough decisions about what is value-added, cost-effective care—as opposed to costly waste—must be made by clinicians who understand the medial science that supports appropriate clinical protocols. Physicians must decide whether a ...Read More

Leveraging Digital Innovation on the Journey to Value-Based Care

Post on October 19, 2018 in Digital Innovation & Analytics, Insights, and Value-Based Strategy

The American healthcare industry continues to be low in its degree of digitization relative to other service industries, but there is no shortage of innovative and emergent technologies that enable real-time disease management, patient health management, well-being and experience management, and other patient-centric service innovations. Yet, barriers to adoption are high. These include variability in ...Read More

Best Practices for Implementing High-Performing Data Governance for Your Healthcare Organization

Post on September 19, 2018 in Digital Innovation & Analytics, Insights, and Value-Based Strategy

Through the continued journey of transitioning to a high-value, person-centric care model from a high-volume, process-centric care model, providers are forced to view care delivery through a new lens. As organizations consider digitization of their service offerings, having an effective analytics framework that produces actionable insights becomes imperative. The need for actionable information continues to ...Read More

Lumina Health Partners: Your Partner on the Journey to Value-Based Care

Post on September 18, 2018 in Insights, and Value-Based Strategy

At Lumina Health Partners, our focus is on engaging with and educating the healthcare community as we move through one of the largest shifts in the history of U.S. healthcare: value-based care. Daniel Marino, managing partner for Lumina Health Partners, provides insight into how Lumina’s consultants build and activate value-based care strategies based on digital ...Read More

Healthcare Industry Veterans Found Lumina Health Partners 

Post on September 17, 2018 in Insights, and Value-Based Strategy

Healthcare industry veterans Daniel Marino and Lucy Zielinski have co-founded Lumina Health Partners, a Chicago-based consulting firm that offers business advisory and leadership solutions to healthcare organizations. The firm’s experienced team of consultants works hand-in-hand with clients to develop transformative results for the most difficult value-based strategy, digital innovation and analytics, clinical transformation, and leadership ...Read More

Quality 201: A Call for Advocacy in Physician Leadership Regarding Value-Based Care Payment Models

Post on September 4, 2018 in Insights, Lumina Leadership Institute, and Value-Based Strategy

The concept of value-based care is not a new one. Since Medicare’s development of diagnosis-related groups (DRGs) in the early 1980s, providers have been asked to improve the processes and outcomes associated with quality, and to be better stewards of healthcare costs and utilization. Better pay for better performance is a concept that we can all ...Read More

Patient Risk Scores Are the Key to Value-Based Payment

Post on September 2, 2018 in Insights, and Value-Based Strategy

By Gene Rondenet and Lucy Zielinski The U.S. healthcare system is steadily transitioning from fee-for-service (FFS) reimbursement to fee-for-value (FFV) payment. This change has already started to affect medical practice revenue, and it will have an even bigger impact in the years ahead. Unfortunately, most physicians and practice managers understand only part of the FFV ...Read More

6 Considerations to Turn Referral Leakage into Patient ‘Keepage’

Post on September 1, 2018 in Insights, and Value-Based Strategy

Most health system executives have referral leakage on their minds. They wonder why their patients seek care elsewhere, especially after they have spent millions of dollars to draw them to their facilities through ad campaigns, purchased high-end equipment, and invested in employed medical groups that lose money in operational isolation. Perhaps we should reconsider our ...Read More

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