Dear Healthcare Executive,
Feeling the squeeze from softening service demands, growing competition, reimbursement
cuts and increased regulatory oversight, the healthcare industry is ripe for financial
relief. Will the new year offer any respite from lingering economic and social
In Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2011: Performance Expectations for the
Healthcare Industry, two key thought leaders tackle these questions and more
as they look ahead to healthcare reform 2.0 — implementation and rollout.
In HIN's seventh annual healthcare industry forecast, which has become an essential
planning tool for healthcare executives, William Shea, partner, health industry
consulting for Cognizant Business Consulting and Steven T. Valentine, president,
The Camden Group, review the industry landscape for the new year and suggest
how healthcare organizations can best position themselves for the 12 months to come.
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In this 35-page resource, Shea and Valentine craft a
healthcare reform strategy checklist, putting the smart
money on models of consolidation and clinical integration
that will not only increase throughput and market share
for healthcare payors and providers but also reduce
unnecessary utilization and thereby costs.
Their watchwords are bundled, shared, co-management,
collaboration, coordination — initiatives that require
payors and providers to pool resources to boost the
quality and efficiency of healthcare delivery and
They also describe the preparation and assessments that must precede these ventures
as well as the technology required to tie them all together.
Their advice is supplemented with responses of more than 70 healthcare organizations
to the seventh annual HIN Healthcare Trends and Forecasts survey, in which respondents
ranked top-of-mind concerns for the year ahead and reported their organization's
best and worst business decisions in 2010.
In this forward-looking special report, you'll get details on:
In an expanded Q&A section, Shea and Valentine suggest cost reductions for
lean-minded organizations, opportunities that ACOs present for managed
care organizations and health plans, and requirements to engage primary
care physicians in new care models.
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