Reform's Impact: Staff and Service Cuts Expected

"The law is very heavily consumer-focused, and there is virtually nothing in it about benefit design change or patient responsibility because that's the political third rail. That's really the missing piece. And it's still basically an open checkbook to get whatever service you want on demand wherever you want it."

— Marty Manning, President, Advocate Physician Partners, Chicago, and Report Advisor

This exclusive, original research and analysis offers key insight from top healthcare executives and clinical leaders, including:

  • 72% of leaders believe PPACA will increase utilization of health services
  • But 43% say they have or will cut services because of reform
  • And 55% think it will mean staff reductions at their facility
  • 66% say dealing with the overall effects of PPACA will be difficult or very difficult for their organization

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Report Highlights and Roundtable discussion from HealthLeaders Magazine
A Roundtable discussion and highlights of the Reform's Impact Intelligence Report were originally published as a special report in the December 2011 issue of HealthLeaders Magazine.


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