The writing is on the wall: Today’s health care system is antiquated and inefficient, and industry leaders can’t shy away from change.

Alongside local, state and federal officials, consumers and business owners outside the health care sector are demanding answers — questioning outrageous hospital bills and prescription drug prices, plus wondering why they pay so much for “sick care” that keeps them coming back.

Hospital systems are feeling the pressure. And though they understand that change is inevitable, the majority have stopped making significant progress toward adopting the payment models they know are the future. They’ve grown comfortable in the traditional fee-for-service system in which patients are charged for each individual procedure or service they receive.

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