While inflation may be stabilizing, healthcare organizations face a long haul back to a better place. They will need a disciplined framework and an openness to new possibilities, including the utilization of strategies that were rejected in more stable times.
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.
In recent months, hospitals of all sizes and ratings are reporting tremendous financial turbulence, primarily due to externalities such as the nursing shortage and the need for expensive contract labor.
Not-for-profit healthcare investors provide their perspectives on issues including weak financial performance and the threat of breached covenants, best practices for disclosure and transparency, and the growing influence of ESG concerns on investment decisions.
The Federal Reserve’s transition from interventionist back to influencer will impact every corner of the modern healthcare enterprise and should be on the list as you reassess post-inflation resource positioning.