5 strategies for cutting cardiovascular department costs

06/17/2013 | CardiovascularBusiness.com

Accounting for clinical considerations and obtaining the support and consensus of physicians are vital first steps to adding value and reducing costs in hospital cardiovascular departments, says Suzette Jaskie of MedAxiom Consulting. She offers five strategies for achieving these goals, including coordinating clinical and administrative processes, introducing block scheduling to improve staff productivity and using data and processes to identify and limit variation.

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