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.
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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.
Hospital and health system leaders show growing interest in a range of affiliation structures and contractual opportunities that stop short of full integration.
Provisions of the recently enacted Inflation Reduction Act now allow the federal government to provide a direct payment for qualifying renewable energy projects owned by tax-exempt entities.
Aaron R. Crane, FHFMA, CPA, MHA, Healthcare Financial Management Association 2022-23 Chair, interviewed by Robert Fromberg, Chief Communications Officer, Kaufman Hall
Skilled nursing facilities face an evolving and increasingly challenging environment. These changes are prompting health systems to reassess their strategic options for providing post-acute care.
Over the last decade, the physician enterprise has undergone transformative changes. As of 2021, 73.9% of physicians were employed by hospitals or other corporate entities, according to...
Amazon’s recent acquisition of primary care company One Medical raises critical questions about what impact this deal could have on the way health care is delivered in the United States.
Health systems will be surrounded by threats and uncertainties for the foreseeable future. They need a high-functioning, strategic approach to risk management that keeps the most significant risks to the organization front and center.
As health systems look to the future, surgical volume will continue shifting from HOPDs to ASCs. Health systems must be innovative and flexible to ensure that they participate in that growth with physician partners and others.
Housing affordability is a significant issue for health systems and has contributed to difficulties with employee recruitment and retention in a growing number of markets. Health system leaders have several options available to address housing affordability for their workforce.
While physicians have historically constituted the vast majority of a health system’s providers, in recent years advanced practice providers (APPs) have grown in number and importance throughout healthcare.