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Legislative changes in Washington promise significant disruption of ACA marketplaces, state Medicaid programs, and possibly self-insured employer benefits. Major questions exist about how insurance markets will adapt and thrive. What does it take for state marketplaces to endure – and what changes would be needed at the federal and state level to support that evolution? […]
Leavitt Partners releases a health care white paper: “Limited Competition in Health Care Provider and Payer Markets,” which provides insights into which markets demonstrate more or less competitive provider and payer dynamics.
Payers are increasingly focused on readmission rates and holding hospitals accountable through the use of financial penalties.
Leavitt Partners releases “Variation in Health Care Provider Concentration: A National Visualization”, which assesses provider supply within the United States
The meaning behind “population health” has garnered diverse and varied definitions among health care stakeholders across the country. Some experts have thought that population health refers to a concept of public health’s responsibility for the overall health of a community. While other stakeholders have believed that population health refers more specifically to an organization’s accountability […]
Leavitt Partners releases “The Rise and Future of Medicaid ACOs,” which contains a state-by-state landscape analysis Salt Lake City, September , 2015 — No two models nor markets are alike, and the pace and prevalence of Medicaid accountable care growth will largely depend on states’ ability to generate savings and successfully overcome common and unique […]
This post is a four-part series on state health care innovation efforts. This post will give a broad overview of some of the opportunities available to states that support their efforts in transforming health care payment and delivery systems. Upcoming posts will discuss each of these opportunities in more detail. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) […]
State health care innovation is accelerating, with many states developing initiatives to further their efforts to improve health care.
Retailers potentially have the know-how and resources necessary to take traditional marketing efforts and apply them to population health management.
How care coordination tools can improve patient satisfaction and outcomes.
When patients and physicians apply shared-decision making, quality and satisfaction go up while costs go down.
Leavitt Partners explores a number of innovative tools currently on the market that can positively affect patient behavior.
As a gold-level sponsor, Leavitt Partners will present our accountable care findings, including trends and market forecasts.
Douglas Hervey, Coordinator of ACO Research at Leavitt Partners, discusses the four critical components of successful ACOs.
Republished from July 15, 2010 Information technology is a funny thing. It can make sharing information in a variety of formats faster, more convenient, and more accurate. However, the success of any technological advancement is entirely dependent on the rate at which its use is adopted by the intended users. And adoption depends on a […]
By Andrew Clark. Information technology is a funny thing. It can make sharing information in a variety of formats faster, more convenient, and more accurate. However, the success of any technological advancement is entirely dependent on the rate at which its use is adopted by the intended users. And adoption depends on a variety of […]