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 toward this new model of care. Now in its fifth year, Numerof’s State of Population Health survey provides an in-depth, national look at the…
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The healthcare industry is ripe with opportunity. It’s a $3 trillion market whose customers mostly feel they pay too much for what they get. The growing linkage of provider reimbursement to cost and outcomes creates room for innovators whose product or service can lower cost or improve outcomes. This is…
Numerof’s annual State of Population Health Survey is fast becoming the benchmark for change in healthcare delivery. Our fourth annual report reflects input from more than 500 executives across the country. To see some of the most important takeaways, download our Population Health Insights infographic.
Healthcare is an industry in transition, being slowly prodded along by ever-increasing public scrutiny over cost and quality. Unfortunately, this transitory phase feels endless, as the obvious solutions—ending fee-for-service and connecting payments to outcomes—seem to remain forever out of reach.
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Progress toward the implementation of population health as a model for organizing healthcare delivery appears to have stalled in 2018. Unfortunately, that’s the key finding from Numerof’s fourth annual State of Population Health survey, which revealed that organizations are well behind where, two years ago, they thought they’d be – especially…
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…