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3 Best Practices for Partnering With Post-Acute Providers for Better Care

H&HN Daily

Hospital executives are facing a relatively new challenge: managing the financial risk of bundled or capitated payment after a patient is discharged. Now that post–acute care providers are an extension of a hospital’s care delivery model, their performance has direct implications for the hospital’s reputation and bottom line. Not only…

Leveraging the 7P’s of Marketing in Healthcare

Becker's Hospital Review

Across the country new payment models being tested by CMS like MACRA and the Comprehensive Joint Replacement Program (CJR) are driving healthcare delivery organizations to focus on the value they deliver to payers and patients.  Historically, healthcare delivery organizations defined value in narrow terms and focused on complication and mortality…

Numerof State of Population Health Survey

Population health management has become a national topic of conversation, but to date little effort has been devoted to tracking the actual progress that’s been made towards value-based models of care. Numerof partnered with Dr. David Nash, Dean of the Jefferson College of Population Health, for our second annual in-depth, national look…

The Numerof 2017 US Healthcare Delivery Outlook

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We expect the outcome of the recent presidential election to accelerate the pace of change for healthcare delivery. The underlying dynamic – affordability and effectiveness of current care models — has yet to be substantially addressed by changes to the reimbursement system.  As our 2017 Healthcare Delivery Outlook infographic illustrates,…

The Numerof 2017 US Health Insurance Outlook

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As our Numerof 2017 US Health Insurance Outlook infographic illustrates, this year’s story for health insurance will be about dramatically changing roles and relationships – not to mention political and legislative uncertainty. You’ll engage in new and different ways with providers, consumers, employers, regulators, medical device makers and pharmaceutical manufacturers.

Taking the Leap into Provider-Owned Health Plans

Trustee Magazine

Provider-owned health plans are commanding a larger share of the strategic dialogue in hospital boardrooms. POHPs aren’t a new phenomenon. Emerging from a history of mixed success in the 1980s and ’90s, they have gained popularity as the industry moves from volume- to value-based payment and as risk shifts from…