As healthcare providers broaden cardiovascular programs and invest more in population health, IT integration, and outpatient facilities, many face increased margin pressure. This report reveals the key differences between stand-alone hospitals and health systems and how partners across the care continuum will play a greater role in helping to meet both patient needs and financial goals.
In this report, gain insights into key strategies and spending plans, such as the following:
- Where will leading providers be investing to grow cardio services in the coming year? Which cardiovascular services are expected to drive the most revenue growth?
- How did message standardization and telehealth help one Mercy Health System hospital cut its readmission rate for chronic heart failure from 31% to 19%?
- Why do two-thirds (66%) of health systems expect to make cardiovascular-focused population health investments over the next three years, and where will they be investing?
- Which clinical strategies helped United Hospital cut its readmission rate for chronic heart failure from 21% to 12.9%?
- What collaborative practices will help partners across the care continuum to drive greater efficiency in cardiovascular service lines?
- How did John Ochsner Heart & Vascular Institute save $250,000 over 18 months by including physicians in purchasing decisions?
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