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Health care opinion leaders' views on delivery system innovation and improvement

Series Title(s):
Data brief (Commonwealth Fund)
Contributor(s):
Stremikis, Kristof.
Davis, Karen.
Audet, Anne-Marie.
Commission on a High Performance Health System.
Commonwealth Fund.
Publication:
[New York, N.Y.] : Commonwealth Fund, [2010]
Language(s):
English
Format:
Text
Subject(s):
Delivery of Health Care, Integrated -- economics
Delivery of Health Care, Integrated -- trends
Diffusion of Innovation
Financial Management -- statistics & numerical data
Health Care Reform -- economics
Health Care Reform -- methods
Health Care Surveys
Practice Management, Medical -- organization & administration
Cooperative Behavior
Forecasting
Health Care Reform -- legislation & jurisprudence
Health Policy -- trends
Insurance, Health -- organization & administration
Insurance, Health, Reimbursement -- economics
Insurance, Health, Reimbursement -- legislation & jurisprudence
Leadership
Medical Informatics
Models, Organizational
Motivation
Physician Incentive Plans
Public Opinion
Quality of Health Care
Humans
United States
United States.
Genre(s):
Technical Report
Abstract:
Nearly nine of 10 leaders in health care and health care policy believe current financial interests and lack of incentives for integration are significant barriers to the growth of accountable care systems. The latest Commonwealth Fund/Modern Healthcare Health Care Opinion Leaders Survey finds strong majorities of leaders report that providing special payment arrangements and incentives to providers--like those in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act--will be effective strategies for fostering coordination and integration in health care delivery. More than eight of 10 leaders feel that developing performance metrics, implementing provisions to increase transparency and public reporting, and establishing an Innovation Center within the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services should receive high priority from the Secretary of Health and Human Services. Survey respondents support development of a national accreditation system for accountable care organizations and public utility-type regulation of payment rates in areas with insufficient market competition.
Copyright:
Reproduced with permission of the copyright holder. Further use of the material is subject to CC BY license. (More information)
Illustrations:
Illustrations
NLM Unique ID:
101549331 (See catalog record)
Series Title(s):
Data brief (Commonwealth Fund)
Contributor(s):
Stremikis, Kristof.
Davis, Karen.
Audet, Anne-Marie.
Commission on a High Performance Health System.
Commonwealth Fund.
Publication:
[New York, N.Y.] : Commonwealth Fund, [2010]
Language(s):
English
Format:
Text
Subject(s):
Delivery of Health Care, Integrated -- economics
Delivery of Health Care, Integrated -- trends
Diffusion of Innovation
Financial Management -- statistics & numerical data
Health Care Reform -- economics
Health Care Reform -- methods
Health Care Surveys
Practice Management, Medical -- organization & administration
Cooperative Behavior
Forecasting
Health Care Reform -- legislation & jurisprudence
Health Policy -- trends
Insurance, Health -- organization & administration
Insurance, Health, Reimbursement -- economics
Insurance, Health, Reimbursement -- legislation & jurisprudence
Leadership
Medical Informatics
Models, Organizational
Motivation
Physician Incentive Plans
Public Opinion
Quality of Health Care
Humans
United States
United States.
Genre(s):
Technical Report
Abstract:
Nearly nine of 10 leaders in health care and health care policy believe current financial interests and lack of incentives for integration are significant barriers to the growth of accountable care systems. The latest Commonwealth Fund/Modern Healthcare Health Care Opinion Leaders Survey finds strong majorities of leaders report that providing special payment arrangements and incentives to providers--like those in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act--will be effective strategies for fostering coordination and integration in health care delivery. More than eight of 10 leaders feel that developing performance metrics, implementing provisions to increase transparency and public reporting, and establishing an Innovation Center within the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services should receive high priority from the Secretary of Health and Human Services. Survey respondents support development of a national accreditation system for accountable care organizations and public utility-type regulation of payment rates in areas with insufficient market competition.
Copyright:
Reproduced with permission of the copyright holder. Further use of the material is subject to CC BY license. (More information)
Illustrations:
Illustrations
NLM Unique ID:
101549331 (See catalog record)