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Futurescan 2012: Healthcare Trends and Implications 2012-2017

by Society for Healthcare Strategy & Market Developme

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0984652620, Paperback)

This highly respected annual guide to healthcare trends will help you plan for the future. Written by an expert panel, Futurescan 2012 highlights eight key trends affecting the nation's healthcare organizations. Each chapter identifies the implications of the trend and helps providers prepare for them. In this era of constant change, every healthcare leader can benefit from reading Futurescan.

Loaded with information that will fuel strategic planning, Futurescan 2012 discusses important trends such as:

The transformation of US hospitals to a new business model. The development of state health insurance exchanges. The volatility in the credit markets. The aging of the baby boomers. The expansion of the hospital role to include community well-being. The focus on quality as a long-term strategy to drive down healthcare costs. The emergence of clinically integrated provider networks. The increase in employment of physicians by hospitals.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:12 -0400)

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