Health systems and health plans are used to warily eyeing each other from opposite sides of the negotiating table as foes to be conquered, and not potential allies. But as competition heats up, and costs march ever faster toward the stratosphere, many providers and insurers have come to the realization that working together may be the only way forward in a healthcare industry veering toward full-on crisis. The existential challenges of the current industry—and the frightening prospect of rapid obsolescence—have convinced many payers and providers that the risks of avoiding strategic alignment and partnerships are far greater than the challenges of collaborating with a onetime competitor. 

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In this issue of the Winter 2020 Kaufman Hall report:

  • Jim Collins on the Principles of Navigating Business Disruption
  • Healthcare Leadership Conference highlights [plus 2020 save-the-date to lock-in our lowest rate!]
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