Premier’s Economic Outlook highlights emerging economic and industry trends to put healthcare executives ahead of the curve. Each edition of the Outlook reveals key financial, clinical and supply chain insights from a diverse range of industry experts.
The Economic Outlook is full of actionable knowledge on best practices and strategies to improve your organization’s performance – all drawn from the industry’s most progressive leaders.
Fall 2015 Economic Outlook
Unlike bees in a hive, the U.S. healthcare system has long valued individual expertise as long as it retains autonomy – and because of that, we largely have not focused on the strength of combining all of that expertise into a cohesive system of care. But while our industry still highly values – and really hinges on – specialized experts, personalized care and precision medicine, we’re increasingly identifying ways that individual practices can hamper the big picture of population health. Like hive mind, where each bee has to each deliver on its separate tasks by constantly communicating, providers need to synchronize the components of care delivery so that we can all achieve our goal of healthier communities.
Purchase your copy of the fall 2015 Economic Outlook to learn how integrated pharmacy processes can help improve population health and supply chain.
Spring 2015 Economic Outlook
As health systems expand as end-to-end care facilities – including home health aides, palliative care, urgent care and physician offices – it’s important that their internal processes follow suit. Increasingly capable and integrated data systems give health system executives and employees the visibility necessary to drive improvements in cost, quality and outcomes across disparate departments and facilities.
Purchase your copy of the spring 2015 Economic Outlook to learn how to coordinate the supply chain life cycle, whether in procurement of supplies or a full-scale change in the way services are contracted and savings monitored.
Fall 2014 Economic Outlook
The business of healthcare is changing and healthcare executives are looking beyond short-term fixes to determine both large and small drivers of long-term financial sustainability. The supply chain has long gone after the low-hanging fruit of cost reduction, but now health systems and other stakeholders must climb high in the trees to identify sustainable savings.
Purchase your copy of the fall 2014 Economic Outlook to learn the fundamental, instrumental and, often, monumental steps that healthcare stakeholders are taking to achieve long-term financial sustainability.