Respondents to HIN's tenth annual Healthcare Trends and Forecasts survey identified a trifecta of value-based priorities for the coming year, deeming population health management (56 percent), care coordination (51 percent) and integrated care delivery (42 percent) initiatives most worthy of their attention this year.

In tandem with these Triple Aim priorities, respondents also selected the accountable care organization (ACO) as the care delivery model most likely to transform healthcare, from both cost and care delivery perspectives. The patient-centered medical home has held this distinction for the last two years.

Healthcare Trends in 2014: Putting Money on Population Health, Care Coordination and Integrated Care Delivery Download this HINtelligence report to learn more about how 136 healthcare companies fared in 2013 and what trends they expect to emerge in 2014. Included in this report are data highlights on the top business areas affected by economic conditions in 2013, successful programs and services launched in 2013, the impact of the accountable care act in 2014, and much more.

This white paper is an excerpt from Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2014: Performance Expectations for the Healthcare Industry, HIN's ninth annual industry forecast, which provides both a handle on what's keeping healthcare CEOs up at night and a dream prescription for sounder program management this year. Click here for more information on Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2014: Performance Expectations for the Healthcare Industry.


Melanie Matthews
Executive Vice President
The Healthcare Intelligence Network

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