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New horizons: 2012 health care provider report

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In the coming years, our health care system is preparing to serve up to 30 million newly insured Americans, as well as surging numbers of patients with chronic conditions.

As we enter a new horizon in health care, the ability to collaborate is a core competency, and one that must be intentionally cultivated, reinforced and measured.

Our 2012 issue of New horizons focuses on the collaborative initiative.

The US health care industry is undergoing a dynamic transition. It is transforming rapidly from a provider- and payer-dominated system to one where patients are at the center of care.

In the coming years, our health care system is preparing to serve up to 30 million newly insured Americans, as well as surging numbers of patients with chronic conditions.

And it will do so in the context of a clear directive: to deliver quality care and better outcomes at lower costs and with greater efficiencies.This web report offers considerations for your board and executive leaders as you move ahead. Download a PDF copy of New horizons: 2012 health care provider report for further insights and background.

 

 
EY - Jonathan G. Weaver Jonathan G. Weaver
Americas Provider Care Sector Leader
Ernst & Young LLP

EY - Jim Costanzo Jim Costanzo
National Practice Leader
Health Care Advisory Services
Ernst & Young LLP
 


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