Posts tagged TDABC
NYT: Medical Mystery

An article this week in the New York Times entitled “Medical Mystery: Something Happened to U.S. Health Spending After 1980” shines a light on rising health care costs and the suggested reasons why America is dealing with escalating challenge.

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TDABC: Accurately Measuring Supply Costs

This is the second part in a series detailing the elements of time-driven activity-based costing (TDABC) developed out of Harvard Business School. Learn how Avant-garde Health applies this costing methodology to measure supply costs related to the delivery of patient care across the inpatient portion of the full continuum.

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TDABC: Accurately Measuring Personnel Costs

This is the first part in a series detailing the elements of time-driven activity-based costing (TDABC) developed out of Harvard Business School. Learn how Avant-garde Health applies this costing methodology to measure personnel costs related to the delivery of patient care across the inpatient portion of the full continuum.

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What's the True Cost of Care?

One of the drivers of Avant-garde Health's approach to accurate analytics is the utilization of Time-Drive Activity-Based Costing (TDABC), developed and researched out of Harvard Business School and now being applied to health care delivery. But what is it?

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