Value-Based Care: Why Now?
Four reasons why health system executives should reconsider and re-visit value-based care.
Building Relationships with the Modern Healthcare Consumer Webinar
Listen to Kaufman Hall and Sg2 experts as they co-present highlights from recent annual research data regarding the evolving Healthcare Consumer.
Preparing for Risk-Based Contracting and Value-Based Healthcare: Challenges and Opportunities
In a roundtable discussion, Kaufman Hall Managing Directors Matthew Bates and Nora Kelly and Senior Vice President Max Timm discuss the rise of risk-based contracting in value-based healthcare arrangements, what providers and insurers need to watch out for, and what success in risk-based contracting will look like.
Building Strong Consumer Relationships in the Value-Based Care Era: A New Approach
Organizations that pursue consumer strategies and value-based approaches together will be much more likely to achieve their goals while increasing their ability to effectively compete against new industry entrants.
Integrating the Consumer—A Practical Approach for Healthcare Organizations
Over the course of the last decade, the idea that healthcare providers need to be more consumer-centric has gradually become conventional wisdom.
Operationalizing Value-Based Primary Care: Lessons from the Field
For more than a decade, hospitals, payers, and other healthcare stakeholders have experimented with moving healthcare payment from fee-for-service, volume-based contracts to arrangements that reward providers for the value of the care they provide.
2021 State of Consumerism in Healthcare Survey: Regaining Momentum
Momentum for meeting the changing needs of healthcare consumers has stalled in 2021, according to the sixth annual Kaufman Hall State of Consumerism in Healthcare Survey.
The ED Is No Longer Your Front Door: The Physician’s Office Is
The long-held notion that the ED is the front door to the hospital remains pervasive. And no wonder. As of just a few years ago, ED visits were responsible for a massive 70% of inpatient admissions. However, the underpinnings of this conventional wisdom have shifted in some very significant ways.