Thought Leadership – Value-Based Care
Hospitals that decide to delay entry into Value-Based Care Organization (ACO) market are taking a great short-term risk: a competitor may develop relationships with many of the freestanding primary care physicians (PCPs) and practices.
Healthcare executives should consider eight questions when outlining hospital’s their hospital’s approach to clinical integration.
Many hospitals don’t have a strategy to deal with their most profitable payers: employers. Following these guidelines will help you build these relationships.
This article reviews the final rules for Value-Based Care Organizations.
One strategy hospitals can use to align with physicians is to develop a clinically integrated, hospital-based, physician-led network. This approach legally allows hospitals and physicians to align their incentives, even when the physicians are not employed.
Six key strategies to start IMMEDIATELY to help your organization successfully transition to an ACO.
Are you ready for an ACO? We recommend a seven-point assessment that includes: gauging physician readiness; perfoming DRG cost analysis; ecnouraging physician leadership; strengthening your primary care strategy; recruiting strong insurer partners; ensuring you have the right clinical resources; and implementing the right EMR
Nothing is more crucial to success with ACOs than your relationships with primary care physicians. Here are six issues to consider as you develop your hospital or health system’s PCP strategy.
This article summarizes the key success factors and core competencies needed for successful ACO development and implementation.