We have identified three forces as primary disruptors of traditional hospital and health system business models: technology based innovation, market structure transformation and new model organizations.
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Panelists discussed the potential for better primary care models to bend the cost curve, the interplay between digital and in-person primary care, partnerships with hospitals and health systems, and the shortage of primary care providers. This report provides an overview of the key insights and takeaways from the forum.
“Radical convenience” has transformed the way Henry Ford Health System delivers care to their patients. Learn how you can use new, non-traditional health care delivery technologies, such as telemedicine, online scheduling, convenience clinics and social media applications to deliver higher quality, more efficient patient care. Speakers
The speakers will discuss the design of a next-generation ambulatory care network that sustainably integrates services across the system and deploys them in the right geographies to bolster overall competitive advantage.
Cardiology Associates is a private Cardiology group in the South that employs 30 Cardiologists and 14 Advanced Practice Providers (APPs). With a service area population of 600,000+ and market share leader; it was named an MGMA “Better Performer” and has a MedAxiom productivity benchmark performance of top 10% for physician wRVUs and patient service revenues.
Most people see a doctor about twice per year. The rest of the year, they make decisions every day that impact their health. Checking in between encounters has traditionally been a function of case managers dealing with high-risk patients; there aren't enough to reach out to the rest of the population. Automated chatbot conversations allow check-ins with all people in a community, gather health data, and provide information, all with a "cool" interface and phenomenal engagement.
Observation patient care continues to be in flux, due to definition and payment changes. Yet the development of a freestanding observation facility may offer a low-cost healthcare alternative.
The report focuses on important strategic and financial considerations facing healthcare organizations today and provides examples from key industry players on how they are addressing the changing business model.