Are hospitalists, medical staff assignments, and paid directorships facing extinction? This report reveals why these classic staffing models are losing favor as clinical integration, clinical comanagement, and joint ventures dramatically increase. As admission levels and patient mix continue to change, discover how healthcare leaders are forging new collaborative working relationships and developing new productivity measures for both employed and independent physicians.
In this in-depth report, gain insights into key strategies and spending plans, such as the following:
- Why are independent physicians still expected to be in the majority (56%) compared to employed physicians (44%) in three years?
- What six key lessons did Catholic Health Initiatives glean from launching its clinical integration network organizationwide across multiple markets?
- Why do more than half (51%) of respondents expect to be pursuing population health within three years (up from 33% now)?
- What factors led Methodist Health System to select interventional cardiologists to participate in its early clinical integration initiative—and how will it help them extend clinical integration to other specialties?
- Why is ACO participation expected to grow from 41% to 55% within three years?
- How is Lee Memorial Health System using uncompensated care agreements in its ED to get independent physicians to support quality and satisfaction issues and care to provide compensation for no-pay patients?
- Why are more than half (52%) of respondents pursuing patient-centered medical homes (compared to just 39% a year ago)?
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- Case studies from Catholic Health Initiatives, Lee Memorial Health System, and Methodist Health System, and analysis and key takeaways from advisors drawn from our HealthLeaders Media Council
- Analysis and Key Takeaways
- Recommendations from HealthLeaders Media Research Analysts
- A meeting guide to share with your organization
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