Several health systems launched or ramped up their PSHPs after the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, taking advantage of growth in key market segments and providing an additional revenue source while supporting their community-centered missions.
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Scott Christensen is a Senior Vice President at Kaufman Hall and a member of the firm’s Strategy practice.
For nearly all health systems, oncology services are an important driver of financial stability and growth. And as cancer care increasingly embraces precision medicine and personalized therapies, health systems must evolve accordingly.
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.
Kaufman Hall analysis illustrates mounting financial struggles for hospitals Hospitals are nearing the end of the year with negative margins, with expenses, staff shortages, and fewer...
Just a few months remain in what is shaping up to be one of the worst financial years on record for hospitals. Expense pressures—particularly with the cost of labor—outpaced revenues...
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.
We have entered a financial moment when paying attention to the sunk cost fallacy will be central to maintaining, or recovering, the financial, clinical, and mission strength of America’s hospitals.
Zech Decker is a Vice President with Kaufman Hall’s Treasury and Capital Markets practice, specializing in bond issuance, private placements, and treasury management.
James Green is a Vice President with Kaufman Hall’s Treasury and Capital Markets practice. He provides analytical, quantitative, and strategic support for innovative treasury solutions.
Liquidity optimization offers colleges and universities a significant financial opportunity. It also is an imperative to meet the mounting financial challenges and risks that higher education faces today.