Are you ready to meet the challenges?

The health care environment is changing and health systems’ strategies must evolve to remain competitive.

  • Revenues will continue to shift to the outpatient and ambulatory setting — health systems need real-time analytics and intelligence to develop strategies to succeed across the continuum.
  • Traditional business and clinical models will not provide the growth, new revenue streams or patient access that are needed to compete in today’s health care environment.
  • Outcome optimization and sustainable cost structures will not be possible without physician engagement and strategic partnerships.

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As payment reform moves 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 and change. Health care leaders find at least one element is foundational to success at virtually every stage on the payment reform continuum: alignment with physicians and other provider-partners.

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Evolve Strategies to Grow and Compete

Value-based care is taking hold of the health care landscape, driving advances in coordination, quality and innovation, while resulting in new clinical and financial risks. As more care is provided in ambulatory settings and patients’ influence over their care increases, health systems will need to evolve strategies that account for these trends in conjunction with local market needs.