September 28, 2022
The NDP Analytics study revealed that 41% of physician-led hospitals received the highest rating for patient experience as opposed to 6% of non-physician-led hospitals. Nearly 60% of physician-led hospitals showed a lower Medicare cost than the national median hospital in 2022.
August 18, 2022
Resolving a dispute through arbitration remains fairer, faster, and better than litigation for both consumer and employee claimants. Recent research shows that on average, employees and consumers won more money, more often, more quickly by arbitrating disputes than by filing lawsuits.
June 13, 2022
“Technology, innovation and entrepreneurship have been integral to reducing the cost of business and bringing the world’s producers and consumers closer together.”
May 5, 2022
The American Bakers Association (ABA) released a study conducted by ndp analytics that assesses the current diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) activities in the U.S. commercial baking industry. The findings help employers better understand current baking industry DE&I strategies and initiatives, workforce demographics, and more.
May 4, 2022
Take a recent analysis conducted by ndp analytics of employment disputes between 2014 and 2021. In cases where arbitrators decided on the merits, employees prevailed nearly 38% of the time. By comparison, they won just 11% of the time when their cases were heard in a courtroom.
October 18, 2021
Human resource, staffing, and recruitment is a top concern of apartment management professionals, according to a recent survey by National Apartment Association and ndp | analytics; 74% of respondents selected it as one of their top three challenges.
October 5, 2021
On this episode of Institute of Real Estate Management’s podcast, From the Front Lines, Mary Donovan talks with Ted Thurn about recent research on the magnitude and impact of increases in insurance premiums for housing providers across the county.
July 14, 2021
“President Biden seems to want to reassert U.S. leadership and repair the reputational damage caused by his predecessor’s nationalist economic policies. But Biden’s own affinity for protectionism, which lurks in the background of his domestic economic programs, isn’t helping that cause, and changing the branding of economic policies from “America-First” to “Worker-Centric” hasn’t fooled anybody.”
June 25, 2021
“The rapid development and dissemination of highly effective COVID-19 vaccines should inspire confidence in human ingenuity and gratitude for the rules and institutions that enable such life-saving innovation to flourish in the United States. Instead, the Biden administration has endorsed the misplaced scorn for those rules and institutions that the activist left spoon feeds the developing world.”
May 20, 2021
“To deliver high-quality infrastructure, Biden’s plan must welcome competition from the world’s best manufacturers, construction firms, and engineers. That kind of openness—and the infrastructure improvements it delivers—will also serve to keep inward investment flowing.”
April 15, 2021
“Inauthentic content—both inadvertent and deliberately deceptive—is increasing. The “Content Authenticity Initiative” partners technology company Adobe, the New York Times, Twitter, and other firms producing and publishing content to help consumers make more informed decisions about what to trust.”
“Buy American” Schemes And Maritime Graft Will Only Inflate Biden’s Astronomical InfrastructurePrice Tag
April 1, 2021
“Suspending Buy American, Jones Act, and Dredge Act restrictions so that U.S. infrastructure needs can be met at more reasonable costs would make good economic sense.”