Tag: Distress Hospitals

How to turn distress-hospital on success

It is important for a community to have adequate access to health care and emergency services when needed. A hospital is not just another business in the city; but for many people, it is a lifeline. Closed hospitals can mean a loss of jobs, long transports for critical patients, extended wait times at other facilities, and even loss of life.

That is why the decision to close a hospital is not one that should be taken lightly, and should only be performed like an absolute last resort. There is a multitude of areas within your organization that you can re-evaluate to make sure that you are operating at the most efficient level possible. Below identifies ideas on how to turn around a distressed hospital:

• Health Insurance:

This is a very significant issue for many patients. If your facility does not accept a patient’s health insurance, then simply put, that patient will not use your service. Evaluate your partnerships with health insurance providers and consider expanding your relationships to include more empanelment carriers.

• Customer Service:

It is important to remember that when their clients do not utilize your services, it is because they are dealing with a negative situation. More so than anywhere else, customer service is important in the hospital setting. Your patients are hurting, scared, and look to the members of your establishment for comfort and understanding.

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How to Turn Distress Hospitals into Success

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