Transitioning to value-based care
The last decade in health care has seen a major shift in emphasis from volume to value. And while there have already been significant changes in how care is delivered, the status quo in health care will continue to be challenged as never before.
Preparing for the future of care delivery – today
In 2018 and beyond, we see:
- Cost management continues to be a top priority, resulting in shifts in site of care — prompting the increasing use of ambulatory care — unexpected partnerships and new players in the retail care delivery space
- The focus of care is swinging further towards prevention and wellness, driving exponential growth in chronic care for the aging baby-boomer generation
- The continued rise of high-deductible health plans secures the consumer in the payer seat and drives the need for an increasingly patient-centered care delivery model
- The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services continues to push for alternative risk value-based payment methodologies
The time is now
Meeting tomorrow’s performance requirements for health care demands advanced thinking, smarter analytics and shared thought leadership. It requires connected data, investments and relationships.
Successful health care organizations are those that harness the power of data to improve operational efficiency without compromising quality of care. Fulfilling the diverse needs of these organizations requires a partner with the scale, breadth and depth of experience, and proven expertise to deliver exponential impact across the continuum of care.
As payment reform continues to move toward value-based models of care delivery, health system executives are assessing their readiness to conduct business as usual even as new payment models evolve. Health care leaders find that at least one element is foundational to success at virtually every stage on the payment reform continuum: alignment with physicians and other provider partners. Unlock insights into the “how” and “why” of what’s working in physician alignment strategies in these uncertain times.
Ambulatory or outpatient care is increasingly becoming a strategy for addressing challenges and shaping the future of health care. Business-savvy hospitals and physician groups looking toward the future are implementing solutions that measure, monitor and drive clinical and financial performance in ambulatory care settings. Do you have the insights and tools you need to stay on course?