Kaufman Hall thought leadership provides a framework for understanding the shift from volume-based payment to value-based payment and the implications for a healthcare organization’s network structure, talent, technology, and processes.
This guide provides key considerations in partnering for population health management, examples of type of partnerships and a process for evaluating these potential partnerships.
As a core imperative of the new healthcare era, hospital and health system leaders must focus on making customer wishes and requirements central to health and care delivery models.
Learn what partnerships your org needs to be an essential provider in your community, navigate the population health management agenda and reposition for a fee-for-value environment.
Effective and sustainable population health management requires the development and continuance of a high-performing care-delivery network.
A new data and analytics tool enables health system to harness data to identify opportunities for improvement, set appropriate targets, and measure and report on progress.
Kaufman Hall positioning experts work closely with your management team and board, as well as other key stakeholders (including physicians, payers, employers, and sometimes community representatives), to evaluate your organization’s best opportunities for value-based transformation. We work with you to define a road map for achieving your strategic goals within achievable fiscal and temporal parameters.
Kaufman Hall’s Population Health experts can help you develop a PHM-focused growth strategy, examining such issues as the size and scope of the network of lives required to drive organizational performance and the optimal means for constructing that network.
Leveraging proven, best practice financial management principles, Kaufman Hall’s Long-range Planning solution enables hospitals, physician practices and health systems to develop multi-year financial plans with confidence.