August 1, 2012

Lowering costs is an essential, on-going focus among most delivery organizations. From materials management to revenue cycle review, there are many ways to tackle cost control. However, one critical area has been neglected — cost differences between physicians in the operating room.

In the article, Lowering Costs per Case, published by Becker’s ASC Review on August 22, 2012, NAI Managing Partner Michael N. Abrams, M.A., was interviewed on how to successfully address a cost cutting program focused on clinical decision making. He details steps that administrators should take to work with physicians to reshape clinical decision making to deliver higher value at lower cost.

Click here to read the entire interview.