Collaborative Care: Hospitals Balance Risk and Revenue With Physicians and Payers
"If there is cost savings, when will it be? We continue to prepare ourselves from a readiness standpoint and we continue to educate ourselves around population health, but we are still exploring our options."
—Ted Miller, Vice President and CFO, Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Service, New Albany, Ind.
This exclusive, original research and analysis offers key insight from top healthcare executives and clinical leaders, including:
- Seventy-eight percent of collaborative care models will be fully operational by 2014.
- The greatest roadblocks to adopting collaborative care with physicians are their desire to remain independent (21%), a lack of buy-in (17%), and a lack of trust (14%).
- Forty-five percent of healthcare leaders are concerned about achieving cost savings from collaborative care, and 40% fear an exposure to financial risk.
- The primary roadblock to adopting collaborative care with payers is that payers want too much of the gain share (24%).
- The top three collaborative care reimbursement models in use today are the Medicare Shared Savings Program (53%), commercial payer contracts (51%), and commercial ACOs (48%).
The report is available in two versions:
PREMIUM - provides everything in the free report, plus: segmentation data; key takeaways and actionable strategies; three real-world case studies; and discussion questions.
PREMIUM BUYING POWER - is designed for healthcare industry suppliers and includes all the content in the Premium version, plus: detailed drill-down data on purchasing trends and projections to aid marketing and sales strategies.
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