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Revisiting The Basics To Ensure Your Family's Financial Future.
May 8, 2014 | Category: Wellness
| Author: William B. Hanlon III
Source - Hospitals & Health Networks
Nonprofit health system leaders may find that partnerships other than traditional mergers or acquisitions suit their needs better.
Health care costs continue to rise. Payment models for delivering health care services are evolving rapidly. Basic business relationships throughout the system are shifting as participants move from activity-based to value- and risk-based reimbursement — a trend accelerated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Changes in Medicare reimbursements are occurring even as hospitals prepare for the growing number of consumers who gain access to health insurance due to the provisions of the ACA.
These forces are driving significant change in health care mergers and acquisitions, including a wave of consolidation among nonprofit hospitals. In 2011 and 2012, nearly 60 percent of M&A transactions in the hospital-health system...