2022 M&A in Review: Regaining Momentum
With 17 announced transactions, the fourth quarter of 2022 was one of the most active quarters we have seen since the COVID-19 pandemic began near the end of Q1 2020. Four of the 17...
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. You will gain insight on the steps that...
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.
Less Can Be More: New Considerations for Hospital and Health System Partnerships
The year 2022 is proving to be the most challenging financial year of the COVID-19 pandemic for hospitals and health systems, with lagging volumes, rising expenses, and limited...
Evaluating Skilled Nursing Options in an Evolving Post-Acute Landscape
Skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) play an important role within the continuum of care. A high-performing SNF is a critical ally for health systems, particularly those who are focused on...
Facing the Facts of Higher Education’s Future
Any way you look at it, America’s four-year private colleges and universities are in a very tough financial and strategic position. For the 2020-2021 academic year, the average...
Physicians at the Center of Healthcare’s Realignment
Healthcare is undergoing a major realignment as stakeholders compete for consumers’ attention. The different strategies intersect at the physician’s office, and physicians today face an unprecedented array of practice options.
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.