The New Model of Health Care with Richard J. Sobieray
Health care is transitioning to a new business model, shifting away from the volume of services delivered. . The new model focuses on the value and outcomes of patient care.. Sobieray says the patient experience is a vital component. “It’s about how soon are we going to get that patient healthy, keep them out of the hospital and allow them to lead a more productive life.”
Striving to Be the Best in the Region
August 7, 2017
The USF Health practice plan is transforming itself. Sobieray says USF Health Care and its business practice is actively improving and modernizing to help advance quality patient care. Change is tough, but it can happen when working together toward the same common goal. Mr. Sobieray says the community, the physicians and the patients deserve it.
Patient Feedback Leads to Practice-Wide Changes
July 17, 2017
USF Health constantly engages with the patient. Sobieray says that USF Health shares data on care concerns and processes with the patient in a very transparent way. This strategy allows USF Health to put an action plan together and make appropriate changes that improve the patient experience.
June 30, 2017
USF Health is working tirelessly to implement evidence-based medicine to ensure patients receive the best possible care in a safe environment. Sobieray says it’s really important to meet patients’ expectations, and always keep them at the center of how every health care provider in the USF Physicians Group practices medicine.
June 15, 2017
USF Health continues to reinvent itself as it faces the demands and challenges of today’s health care. Richard J. Sobieray, MHA, MsEd, CPA, senior associate vice president for health administration at USF Health and chief executive officer for USF Physicians Group, says the goal is to collaboratively work together with all health care disciplines to enhance the overall business practices and patient care. USF Health has created patient experience programs that allow patients to engage with their health care providers to improve care – using surveys, a consistent open line of communication and transparency.