A new era of demands on clinical businesses requires simplifying care delivery for its “customers.” Regardless of the type of provider (e.g., hospitals, physicians, ACOs), the market expects a collaborative approach to care delivery. Payers and patients increasingly demand single-source, high-quality, low-cost care that is difficult to provide without an integrated model.
PYA Senior Consulting Manager Chris Wilson presented “Clinically Integrated Networks (CIN) and the Role for Radiation Oncology” at the SATRO® 16 Conference, April 24-25, 2014, at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia in Atlanta, Georgia. Wilson discussed how clinical integration allows providers to interface with their customers (payers and patients) to meet these needs by:
This presentation provided insight and guidance regarding the organizational approach for achieving these goals—including the design, development, and operation of a CIN.
View the presentation below.
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