Intelligence Report: Physician Alignment In the New Shared Risk Environment
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This exclusive, original research and analysis offers key insight from top healthcare executives and clinical leaders, including:
- In spite of recent attention to adding employed physicians, relationships with independents appear strong. While the percentage of independents is declining, they are still expected to be in the majority (56%) compared to employed physicians (44%) in three years.
- The percentage of healthcare providers involved in clinical integration will more than double to 46% within three years as hospitalists, medical staff, and paid directorships decline.
- Within three years, more than half (51%) of respondents expect to be pursuing population health, up from 33% now.
- ACO participation is expected to grow from 41% to 55% within three years?likely due to the increased importance of collaboration and growing concerns about taking on risk.
- More than half (52%) of respondents are pursuing patient-centered medical homes, compared to just 39% a year ago.
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