Collaborative Care: Hospitals Balance Risk and Revenue With Physicians and Payer: Buying Power

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Collaborative Care: Hospitals Balance Risk and Revenue With Physicians and Payer: Buying Power

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While the majority of leading healthcare providers expect to have collaborative care models operational by next year, nearly half are concerned about its prospects for cost savings. This report discusses the key issues at stake, as well as investments and strategies providers are pursuing to foster collaboration—and save millions of dollars. 

In this NEW report, gain insights into key strategies and spending plans, such as the following:

    • Seventy-eight percent of collaborative care models will be fully operational by 2014.
    • Forty-five percent of healthcare leaders are concerned about achieving cost savings from collaborative care, and 40% fear an exposure to financial risk.
    • 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%).
    • 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%).

This report is part of HealthLeaders' Intelligence Report Premium Buying Power series, the premier source for original, timely data on healthcare purchasing trends and projections drawn from surveys of more than 6,000 healthcare leaders–plus independent expert analysis and real-world case studies.

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  • 90% of our 6,000+ member research panel influence the purchase of your products and services
  • They average $125 million of spend influence

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2013 Reports

January Annual Industry Survey
February Annual Technology Survey
March Cardiology Service Line
April Collaborative Care Organizations
May Emergency Department Strategies
June Service Line Strategies
July Patient Quality & Safety
August Patient Experience
September Physician-Hospital Alignment
October Population Health
November Executive Compensation
December Cost Containment