Topic: Coors Insights – December 2011

Growing Deficit May Threaten Health Reform Law More Than Elections, Supreme Court Ruling

Posted on December 2, 2011 by - Coors Insights - December 2011

Written by Jaimie Oh | December 19, 2011 Cost-controlling initiatives under President Obama’s landmark healthcare reform law may face greater risk of “running aground” as the country’s deficit continues to grow, according to a Reuters report. The healthcare reform law has drawn intense opposition from conservative leaders, and the question of its constitutionality will be… Read more »

You’ve Got Care

Posted on December 1, 2011 by - Coors Insights - December 2011

How technology is helping to bridge the gap between physicians and caregivers Currently in the United States, more than 29% of Americans are acting as caregivers for someone else. A majority of these caregivers also hold a full-time job, while they spend an estimated twenty hours a week providing patient care. With all this time… Read more »

Money Matters: How the Hospital Revenue Cycle Impacts Patient Satisfaction

Posted on December 1, 2011 by - Coors Insights - December 2011

Written by Rachel Fields | December 19, 2011 Hospital leaders are increasingly prioritizing patient satisfaction, understanding that the experience of the patient impacts hospital finances, reputation and physician satisfaction. But one of the most crucial parts of the patient experience — the revenue cycle — is still neglected in favor of pushing customer satisfaction during… Read more »