Betbeze, Philip
March 2012
HealthLeaders Magazine;Mar2012, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p10
The article looks at the solutions being sought by healthcare organizations toward innovation given the multitude of regulatory mandates in the U.S. including the value-based purchasing and new coding. Spectrum Health is investing in the redesign of healthcare delivery and in acquiring primary care capabilities. Catholic Health Initiatives intends to streamline operations in response to the new regulations and to compete with other healthcare organizations on a risk basis.


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