Collaborative Care: Hospitals Balance Risk and Revenue With Physicians and Payers
This exclusive, original research and analysis offers key insight from top healthcare executives and clinical leaders, including:
- Seventy-eight percent of collaborative care models will be fully operational by 2014.
- The greatest roadblocks to adopting collaborative care with physicians are their desire to remain independent (21%), a lack of buy-in (17%), and a lack of trust (14%).
- Forty-five percent of healthcare leaders are concerned about achieving cost savings from collaborative care, and 40% fear an exposure to financial risk.
- The primary roadblock to adopting collaborative care with payers is that payers want too much of the gain share (24%).
- The top three collaborative care reimbursement models in use today are the Medicare Shared Savings Program (53%), commercial payer contracts (51%), and commercial ACOs (48%).
The report is available in three versions:
FREE - The free Intelligence Report includes survey results drawn from the 5,000-member HealthLeaders Media Council, plus independent expert analysis.
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