The Health IT Roadmap for Accountable Care

Date: 05.15.2013 | Victoria

Jim Adams
Managing Director, The Advisory Board Company

Many health care organizations will have to make significant additional investments in IT-related capabilities to help address the shifting of risks for costs, quality and outcomes to providers and individual consumers under accountable care. This session describes the various types or levels of risk that organizations will likely assume under accountable care and the IT-related capabilities that they will need for each type of risk to be successful.

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Date: June 1, 2012 | Reply

Nice article , i agree we should fight for a better world.


Date: June 16, 2012 | Reply

Affordable lol..The health reorfm plan put forth by Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) focuses on expanding insurance coverage and provides new subsidies to individuals, small businesses, and businesses experiencing catastrophic expenses. It greatly increases the federal regulation of private insurance but does not address the core economic incentives that drive health care spending. This omission along with the very substantial short-term savings claimed raise serious questions about its fiscal sustainability. Heavy regulation coupled with a fallback National Health Plan and a play-or-pay financing choice also raise questions about the future of the employer insurance market. [Health Affairs 27, no. 6 (2008): w462-w471 (published online 16 September 2008; 10.1377/hlthaff.27.6.w462)]The following analysis reflects the authors’ concern that Senator Obama’s failure to address the perverse incentives in the U.S. health system will exacerbate the cost problem he has argued must be solved if we are to achieve anything close to universal coverage. Tax subsidies that promote first-dollar coverage have led consumers, health care providers, and suppliers to act as if any service that might yield some value, no matter how small, should be covered. Subsidized third-party payment has helped drive up health spending and, as demonstrated by the Dartmouth Atlas, sometimes has even led to poorer health outcomes.Edit: Those who say war cost more, should understand yes the war cost more but try factoring a expanding trillion dollar a year Health Care..thats doesnt have a end date,

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