Healthcare reform is here to stay. Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), where does your organization stand on the key initiatives contained within?
For a concise snapshot of industry activity in these ACA priority areas, healthcare executives should look no further than the 2012 Healthcare Trendtracker: Real Data on Adoption, Outcomes and ROI.
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Who's on the care team in the patient-centered medical home? What's the greatest challenge of creating an accountable care organization? Which health conditions are benefiting from the use of telehealth? What strategies are reducing avoidable Medicare readmissions or fostering appropriate ER use? How and where are case managers being utilized to improve care coordination? How can a pharmacist help with medication adherence? Which patients should you track in a registry?
HIN asked these questions and hundreds others like them over the last few years, and thousands of healthcare executives answered. Their responses are not only tabulated but also categorized by sector.
There are dozens more tables like this. This quick reference of program implementation, characteristics, results and ROI from 2011 and 2012 market research is a must-read for C-suite executives charged with setting a healthcare reform agenda that will improve quality and enrich clinical outcomes.
The concise data tables in this 80-page resource are designed to provide a high-level look at industry progress in nine initiatives green-lighted in the Affordable Care Act:
- Accountable Care Organizations (ACO)*
- Patient-Centered Medical Home*
- Reducing Hospital Readmissions*
- Reducing Avoidable Emergency Room Use*
- Case Management*
- Medication Adherence*
- Diabetes Management
- Patient Registries
* Includes 2010-2012 year-over-year data on these topics.
These metrics are assembled from the latest market research conducted by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.
Among the benchmarks documented for each initiative are the following:
- Program adoption;
- Target populations;
- Target health conditions;
- Program components;
- Care team members;
- Supporting tools and health IT;
- Program success metrics; and
- Program ROI.
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