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Meeting the challenges: oncology solutions and rising market forces

Advances in care, changes in regulations and market forces contribute to a continually evolving health care system. Three market forces — an aging population, the increased cost of care and the availability of new technology — are combining to create the most impact on oncology patients, providers and payers. As the population ages, their risk […]
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Risky business for providers: Building value-based and market-based models

In a previous post, we outlined the five key actions needed to begin and successfully take on patient medical risk in a value-based reimbursement environment: Market Assessment; Strategic Structure; Population-Based Planning; Financial and Capacity Planning; and Value-Transformation Road map.

Risky business for providers: Five key actions to establish medical risk-bearing

Value-based models are becoming a normal part of the health care provider landscape. Several accountable care organizations (ACOs) are already taking on higher levels of patient medical risk, which means there are financial stakes in improving health and quality across the populations they serve. Taking on risk is a complicated endeavor for most providers, but […]
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