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Service Line Optimization: Strategies to Drive Value Along the Care Continuum


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This report reveals top strategies to ensure physicians and service lines are in alignment to drive value along the continuum of care.

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PREMIUM - is designed for healthcare decision makers, and provides key takeaways and actionable strategies; three real-world case studies; segmentation data, and a meeting guide.


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COMPLIMENTARY - A complimentary resource, this Intelligence Report offers proprietary survey results on critical topics in healthcare, powered by the HealthLeaders Media 6,200+ member Council.
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This exclusive, original research and analysis offers key insight from top healthcare executives and clinical leaders, including:

  • Heart and vascular (44%), orthopedics (38%), and primary care (36%) are the top three service lines expected to have the most strategic significance over the next two to five years
  • Healthcare leaders say physician alignment is the No. 1 challenge (61%) to achieving service line success
  • The top reasons healthcare leaders are investing in their service lines are to improve financial performance (69%) and clinical performance (63%)
  • Orthopedics is most frequently mentioned as the service line expected to have the greatest increase in patient volume (45%) and greatest operating margin potential (54%) over the next two to five years
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