Jeffrey Hay, MD
Few can imagine a 50-70% cut in skilled rates, but that’s exactly what unfolded in Southern California as ACOs and MCOs challenged the status quo. What will you do when that happens in your world?
A simple, narrowed network, with aligned values, and a breadth of service lines is needed now more than ever in the new era of healthcare. This approach eliminates layers of management overhead the ACO/MCO would have to absorb. The absence of ‘herding cats’ and shared values are what creates the opportunity to drive efficiency and quality.
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Change is always tough, but when competition heats up, survival depended on it. Get the paper and read a survival success story you’ll never forget.