HealthLeaders Media March 13, 2024
Eric Wicklund

A HIMSS24 panel discusses how competition and uncertain reimbursements are forcing providers to change their business model


– Many small health systems and hospitals are struggling to stay open and finding little value in providing acute care services.

– With more competitors offering primary and acute care, these providers are using innovative ideas and technology to focus on care management and preventive care, rather than ‘sick care.’

– In a way, providers are coming full circle, and re-establishing relationships with their patients that technology has in many cases interrupted.

Healthcare providers are starting to rethink what being a provider actually means.

Stung by high costs and low reimbursements for acute care, some health systems are shifting their sights...

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