1. With the ACA Will Come a Greater Shortage of Primary Care Physicians USA Today 30 June 2014 The Affordable Care Act should have focused more on a forecasted shortage of primary care doctors, Farzan Bharucha, health care strategist with Kurt Salmon, told USA Today ....
  2. Why Beaumont Health Is the Result of Changing Managed Care Contracts Crain\'s Business 29 June 2014 The new managed care contracts that insurance companies are offering to health care networks are driving mergers such as the one that resulted in the newly formed...
  3. Higher Quality, Lower Costs Are Driving Hospital Consolidation Modern Healthcare 22 June 2014 The latest wave of consolidation among health care providers is aimed at improving quality and reducing excess costs, according to a report from the Healthcare...
  4. The Proliferation of Pop-up Stores Spirit 01 July 2014 Once reserved primarily for seasonal-themed retail offerings, such as those of Halloween or Christmas, pop-up stores are increasingly being used by a wide variety of retailers,...
  5. Same-day Delivery Gaining Steam With Mall Retailers Chicago Tribune 17 July 2014 Chicago's Water Tower Place began offering same-day delivery to shoppers this week—one of a growing number of malls to feature such a service—for just...
  6. Oversight Done Right American Banker 24 July 2014 Financial firms have made significant investments to meet today’s heightened regulatory demands, note Kurt Salmon North American Consumer Financial Services...
  7. How to Overcome the Challenges of Omnichannel Supply Chain Implementation SupplyChainBrain 07 August 2014 The implementation of omnichannel supply chain capabilities is a transformational change to a retailer’s business and as such, can prove to be a significant...
  8. For U.S. Health Care, Transformation Brings Many Unanswered Questions Consulting Magazine 01 July 2014 There is a huge amount of new money flowing into U.S. health care payers, but as Jeff Hoffman, senior partner in Kurt Salmon's Health Care group, told...
  9. Universal American's ACO Exit Part of the Model's Evolution Healthcare Dive 29 July 2014 Universal American's decision to stop funding three accountable care organizations may not be a trend, Kurt Salmon Senior Partner Jeff Hoffman, of the firm's...
  10. For Apparel Companies, the Centralized Sourcing Model Is Falling Out of Favor Apparel 01 August 2014 Apparel companies, in an effort to improve speed, boost cost savings, and improve efficiency in the supply chain, are moving away from a centralized sourcing model,...