The Importance of Creating Value through Clinical Integration

Many provider organizations have tried to insulate the impact of today’s changing healthcare industry through physician alignment.

While many healthcare organizations have developed clinically integrated networks (CINs) as a central pillar of their overall strategy, it is unclear how many have been able to achieve the goals of lowering costs and improving quality and satisfaction for consumers and providers. If health systems do not begin to create meaningful and sustainable value for their participants, they face significant risk of losing the most important members—the physicians.

With over 500 clinical integration “networks” in operation today, are these entities really creating the “value” that underlies their definition? Is your organization’s network prepared to truly deliver improved outcomes?

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  • Analyze the limitations of today’s clinically integrated networks, 
  • Review the competitive threats health systems face and the risks of not aligning with a primary care base, and
  • Identify critical factors that will drive success in a CIN focused on value-based outcomes.

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