Community Hospital Turnarounds
CHC demonstrates its commitment to community owned hospitals by consistently delivering superior services with a collaborative spirit. Whether we engage in short- or long-term business relationships with healthcare organizations, our mission, vision and values are at the heart of everything we do.
Financial pressures and other forces are causing community-based hospitals nationwide to consider the pros and cons of forming a relationship with another institution. CHC Consulting helps hospital boards assess whether a partnership is desirable or inevitable, and if so, what type of partnership is most advantageous.
Community hospitals across the country are facing operational challenges. This white paper outlines critical steps to turn around your hospital’s performance.Download Now
Community hospitals are evaluating partnerships as a path to financial viability. This white paper provides a roadmap to consider the pros and cons for your hospital.Download Now
Hospital boards are being held to a higher standard—and rightfully so—as they carry out their responsibility to chart a course for the future. This white paper offers practical methods to improve board performance.Download Now
When it comes to receiving payment for services rendered, hospitals are squeezed from two directions. First, declining reimbursement rates mean hospitals collect only a fraction of what...>
Located throughout America’s vast rural communities, about 1,300 small but vitally important Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) provide essential healthcare for local residents. With a mandated 25-bed maximum,...>
Because labor costs are the largest operating expense for hospitals, managing staffing is a critical day-to-day process. Unfortunately, rural and community hospitals often lack the tools to...>
As the U.S. population has aged, many hospitals have struggled with capacity issues. Such institutions often find themselves with many patients who have received appropriate treatment,...>