SLIDESHOW: 2014 Industry Survey--Forging Healthcare's New Financial Foundation

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The healthcare industry is in the throes of transition. While it may feel like turmoil, this is also a time of great opportunity. In this preview of the 2014 HealthLeaders Media Industry Survey, we show how hospital and health system leaders plan to manage the shift from volume to value and support collaborative care.

By HealthLeaders Media Staff, February 21, 2014


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This report shows how organizations are managing the shift from volume to value, including new and proven tactics to support collaborative care.

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

  • Consensus on healthcare reform success factors is strong: 89% rank clinical care continuum relationships as an area of top opportunity, followed by health information exchange (76%), population health management (75%), and primary care redesign (74%).
  • Nearly one-third (27%) of respondents report that their investment in EHR was largely a waste of money.
  • Analysts insist that data analytics is key to reducing costs and implementing population health management?but 25% of respondents say their analytics team is weak or very weak.
  • More respondents today feel the industry is on the right track than just two years ago (31% vs. 25%), yet fewer than half (47%) say their financial forecast is positive or strongly positive.
  • The set of most valued cost-control techniques remains virtually unchanged from 2012, suggesting that respondents see a limit to achieving gains through cost cutting.




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