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Leavitt Partners Releases “Health Care Markets: What Matters and Why” White Paper

July 30th, 2018

Salt Lake City, July 30, 2018 –Today, Leavitt Partners released “Health Care Markets: What Matters and Why,” a white paper that provides a framework for health care entities to make evidence-based decisions on when, where, and how to start, expand, or invest their business. Amidst a rapidly changing health care environment, a health care market […]

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How Addressing Social Determinants of Health Cuts Healthcare Costs

June 25th, 2018

A RevCycleIntelligence article entitled “How Addressing Social Determinants of Health Cuts Healthcare Costs” cites the Leavitt Partners “Social Determinants Matter, But Who Is Responsible?” white paper. The article states, “Providers in a recent Leavitt Partners survey cited insufficient appointment time and lack of compensation as top barriers to addressing SDOHs. Fee-for-service payments do not reimburse […]

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Social Determinants a System Issue

June 22nd, 2018

A Becker’s Hospital Review article featuring a Q&A with leaders from the Navvis and Thomas Jefferson University’s College of Population Health have partnership for the nation’s first private sector-supported academic chair in population health includes a question citing the Leavitt Partners “Social Determinants Matter, But Who Is Responsible?” white paper. The question states, “Leavitt Partners […]

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Leavitt Partners to Present Research at AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting

June 22nd, 2018

Salt Lake City, June 22, 2018 — Leavitt Partners is pleased to announce that the firm will present 12 research posters at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting in Seattle, WA June 24-26, 2018. The Annual Research Meeting (ARM) is the premier forum for health services research, with a program designed specifically for health services researchers, […]

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Addressing Social Determinants: We’re All in This Together

June 14th, 2018

A U.S. News & World Report article entitled “Addressing Social Determinants: We’re All in This Together” references the Leavitt Partners “Social Determinants Matter, But Who is Responsible?” white paper. The article states, “According to a new survey from Leavitt Partners, nearly half of doctors reported their patients would benefit from food assistance, affordable housing and transportation to […]

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Survey results show physicians, employers have differing opinions about health care

June 14th, 2018

The Leavitt Partners “The state of health care today: How physicians, consumers and employers view health care costs, outcomes and reform efforts” white paper was featured in an Orthopedics Today article entitled “Survey results show physicians, employers have differing opinions about health care.” The article provides an overview of the survey’s main findings and commentary […]

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Does Hospital Participation in Accountable Care Organizations Improve Quality of Care?

June 6th, 2018

Using data from 17 states, David Muhlestein and researchers from Virginia Commonwealth University, led by Askar Chukmaitov, evaluated quality performance of hospitals participating in Medicare Shared Savings and Pioneer Accountable Care Organization (ACO) programs relative to nonparticipating hospitals. The authors specifically studied preventable hospitalizations for conditions sensitive to high-quality ambulatory care and 30-day all-cause readmissions […]

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Doctors Say Social Determinants Matter to Patient Health, But Not Their Responsibility

May 12th, 2018

Read FierceHealthcare’s article entitled “Doctors say social determinants matter to patient health, but not their responsibility.”

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