As ACA initiatives roll out for the third consecutive year, HIN has assembled an actionable and concise data set on 10 key programs: accountable care organizations, patient-centered medical home, population health management, reduction of hospital readmissions and avoidable ER visits, case management, and much more.
46 Healthcare Metrics to Boost Profitability: Charting 2013 Trends is HIN's second annual graphic compendium of performance benchmarks in key areas of healthcare activity and growth, a desktop reference for the healthcare C-suite that distills emerging trends into easy-to-digest charts and tables.
THIS ALL-NEW 2013 EDITION provides program components, essential tools, success measures, ROI, and many other valuable data.
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New for 2013: benchmarks in health coaching, diabetes management and asthma management.
This 70-page desktop resource is designed exclusively for the busy healthcare executive who seeks a high-level summary of industry trends and metrics. 46 Healthcare Metrics to Boost Profitability: Charting 2013 Trends delivers charts and tables on 46 actionable metrics carefully curated from 2012 market research data by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.
These charts and tables are enhanced by commentary and interviews with industry thought leaders from Aetna, Buck Consultants, HealthFitness, the IHI's STAAR hospital readmissions initiative, Strategic Health Group, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ, and other organizations at the cutting edge of healthcare delivery.
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