As if digesting the plethora of care delivery initiatives rolled out by CMS over the last year wasn't enough, the healthcare industry faces a presidential election, looming health IT mandates and continued economic uncertainty in the 12 months to come.
Will 2012 truly be the period of 'economic calm' so desperately sought by physicians, and what mindset is required to implement the new care and reimbursement reforms — ACOs, bundled payments, co-management, hospitalists — taking shape from PPACA?
In Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2012: Performance Expectations for the Healthcare Industry, key thought leader Steven Valentine tackles these issues and more, providing sector-specific roadmaps for action for the year to come.
Valentine covers all of the top-of-mind issues, from the new and influential role of physicians to the strategy and technology to-dos for health systems and hospitals.
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In HIN's eighth annual healthcare industry forecast, a planning tool eagerly anticipated by healthcare executives, Steven T. Valentine, president of The Camden Group, returns to parse the industry landscape for the year ahead and propose how healthcare organizations can best position themselves not only for a profitable 2012 but for Medicare eventualities in the years to come.
The advice in this 30-page resource is supplemented with data from HIN's eighth annual HIN Healthcare Trends and Forecasts survey administered in October 2011. Survey respondents rank the top issues facing their organizations today, predict which PPACA care delivery model will have the greatest impact on care delivery, and share the best and worst business decisions of 2011 and the lessons learned from each.
Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2012: Performance Expectations for the Healthcare Industry is a highly respected and anticipated resource highlighting the challenges that will continue to consume the healthcare executive in the year ahead.
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