Transitioning to ambulatory care providers push hospitals to adopt novel business strategies, says Frost & Sullivan Transformational Health Team
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, June 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Preferences for outpatient, minimally invasive care is reducing inpatient volumes in American hospitals, compelling hospitals to re-strategize their
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New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, The Transformation of the American Hospital: 2015–2020(http://frost.ly/do), assesses how hospitals in the U.S. are responding to the reduction in Medicare spending, launch of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and adoption of value-based payments.
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"The ACA, reduction in Medicare funding and reimbursements shifting from fee-for-service to value-based payments have impacted the way hospitals compete in the U.S. health system," said Frost & Sullivan Transformational Health Senior Research Analyst Tanvir Jaikishen. "Additionally, declining inpatient volumes and lowering reimbursements are fueling a wave of strategic acquisitions and partnerships aimed at increasing the patient base and improving negotiating power with insurers."
Moving forward, hospitals will leverage partnership models with ambulatory care providers to transition non critical patients from emergency wards to these providers. Hospitals will also use ambulatory care providers to share the burden of chronic care management. Patients with one or more chronic conditions can seek care from the nearest retail clinic. Uninsured patients can access inexpensive care and insurers can incentivize patients to seek care in these facilities as opposed to primary care clinics.
Additionally, hospitals are launching their own in-house insurance plans to compete with established insurers and attract a larger patient base. These initiatives are aimed at reducing hospital costs, increasing patient volumes and focusing on hospital core competencies.
"With the reduced reimbursements and budgets, hospitals can focus on provision of acute care management and pioneering cutting-edge treatment options aligned with academic institutions," noted Jaikishen. "Nano medicine, genetic medicine and 3D printing research will gradually shift from academic institutions to hospitals."
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