Many original assumptions for the value-based care movement have been replaced with new and stark realities. Chief among those assumptions is the expectation that more is better regarding investments in technology, physician practices, and population health expenditures. We now know that such investments will just add costs if an underlying model for clinical integration is not in place.
It was against this backdrop that population health executives representing hospitals, clinically integrated networks, and accountable care organizations nationwide convened in the summer of 2018 in Chicago for Navigant Consulting, Inc.'s 2018 Clinical Integration (CI) Summit. While all markets are different, this paper documents the key issues impacting organizations and proven strategies around how to overcome them.
Now more than ever, it's critical for providers to both drive revenue and margin growth, while also preparing for an uncertain value-based payment future. Read the white paper to find out the no-regret strategies discussed at the CI Summit that providers can pursue now to help achieve these dual purposes.