While there is no blueprint for value-based care that can fit the needs of every organization, there are components that need to be included in any framework, says Renee Lizotte-Broadbent of UMass Memorial.
Consultants have long played a key role in helping providers fill the gaps in IT strategy and delivery, but how will that change in the next few years? Lois Krotz discusses KLAS’ recent findings.
If a new Martin Luther King Jr. Hospital was going to succeed where its predecessor failed, it would mean a willingness to leverage technology and extend care outside of the four walls, says Sajid Ahmed.
With a new president elected, we know that change is ahead, but in Washington this is nothing new, says John Halamka, who lists the 10 themes he believes will guide the industry over the next few years.
One of the biggest concerns vendors have with population health? Providers be hesitant to abandon the fee-for-service world that has brought them success, says Taylor Davis of KLAS.