The movement to value-based healthcare is accelerating as public and private payers and employers intensify their push for care models that improve quality while containing costs. Many academic medical centers (AMCs), however, are struggling to transition from fee-for-service to value-based models of care. To read the full article, click here.
The accelerating push toward value-based healthcare is driving market disruption: hospital mergers and acquisitions, payers purchasing providers, and retail giants with health clinics proposing to merge with or buy insurance companies. In this landscape of upheaval academic medical centers (AMCs), like other hospitals, must adapt or risk becoming obsolete. However, AMCs have unique characteristics that (…)