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Healthcare Trends for 2018:
Banking on Data Analytics,
Population Health Management

White Paper Abstract: Having closed 2017 with the Affordable Care Act largely intact save for the December repeal of the individual mandate, the majority of healthcare organizations are commencing 2018 feeling generally positive, whether grading the previous twelve months of business or qualifying their corporate outlook for the coming year. However, reaction to President Trump’s October cost-sharing reduction payments (CSR) ruling and ACA-related executive orders was less than favorable, with 61 percent anticipating that those presidential actions would hurt healthcare.

It was one dark spot in feedback from 96 healthcare organizations responding to the 2018 Healthcare Trends & Forecasts survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network. While 53 percent said the political climate impeded business growth or service expansion to some degree, politics did not hinder the launch of new initiatives in 2017. Many new ventures were linked to telehealth, including accreditation, biometric monitoring and chronic care management.

Of top concern to healthcare executives in 2017 were the demands of patient engagement, healthcare quality improvement and case management, each deemed by 30 percent of respondents to have had the most significant impact on business operations in the last twelve months.

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