DALLAS, April 23, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- A majority of healthcare providers in the United
In Everest Group's recently published report, "Healthcare Provider Market: Addressing Issues Beyond Value-Based Care | What Healthcare Providers Need to Do to Address Myriad of Challenges," the firm presents the challenges faced by healthcare providers in the market today and explains how most healthcare providers' efforts to overcome those challenges have fallen short.
The key challenges facing healthcare providers include the following:
To engineer a turnaround in this bleak trend, U.S. healthcare providers still need to focus their investments on people management, process improvement and technology enhancement—but in smarter ways than ever before, according to Everest Group. In particular, healthcare providers need to be more targeted in their digital transformation investments and bolder in their ecosystem development endeavors, relying heavily on partnerships to effect greater change.
"One very real and pressing concern of many providers is the large investment they have already made in large-scale EHR implementations and the limited resources remaining for new investments," said Manu Aggarwal, practice director at Everest Group. "To identify the path forward, providers need to outline a targeted set of investments instead of another round of large ones. Specifically, investments in automation and analytics can yield solid, quick wins and pave the way for future engagements without the need for high capital outlay."
"Another 'must' for providers is ushering in a much more collaborative culture," added Aggarwal. "For example, providers need real-time data sharing with payers in order to provide enhanced patient experience. Providers also need strong partnerships with technology vendors and business process service providers to deliver the modern, technology-driven services that patients demand. And, finally, broader collaboration among the health network is required for improving patient outcomes and maximizing reimbursements."
Additional examples of the solutions recommended by Everest Group in the report include the following:
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