As hospitals struggle with the pace of change, and some in a fight to survive, we assembled this digest of current thoughts on the future of healthcare in the year ahead. Technology is on the horizon for healthcare in 2019, along with drug delivery and pricing, the redefinition of care, and ongoing divisions in the political arena.
Affordable Care Act
Will 2018 see more erosion of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or will the legislation gain strength? What is in store for value-based healthcare? We examine these questions as we look at 2018 healthcare trends on the horizon.
In late November 2017, CMS recalled two of the bundled payment models under the Bundled Payment Care Improvement (BPCI) Initiative. What does this mean for the future of bundled payments and, ultimately, value-based care?
Is healthcare a human right like liberty itself? Physicians and politicians disagree on the answer. Around the world there are varying solutions to healthcare coverage. We take a look.
Population health management (PHM) is a cornerstone concept that emerged from the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that has proven it’s here to stay – even if the ACA goes away. Because this is a valuable topic that will affect hospitals and providers for years to come, we decided to dedicate a blog series that explores the aspects of Population Health Management. The following is the first post in the series: