Research and Markets: 46 Healthcare Metrics to Boost Profitability: Charting 2012 Trends

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/99890eef/46_healthcare_metr)

has announced the addition of the “46

Healthcare Metrics to Boost Profitability: Charting 2012 Trends”

report to their offering.

ACOs, ER visits, readmissions, care transitions, care coordination,

telehealth, medication adherence, medical home – the number of PPACA

priorities demanding the attention of healthcare organizations is

staggering.

46 Healthcare Metrics to Boost Profitability: Charting 2012 Trends, a

graphic compendium of performance benchmarks in key areas of healthcare

activity and growth, makes it easy for the healthcare C-suite to stay

current, distilling the latest trends into a series of easy-to-digest

charts and tables.

This 70-page desktop resource is designed exclusively for the busy

healthcare executive who seeks a high-level summary of industry trends

and benchmarks. 46 Healthcare Metrics to Boost Profitability: Charting

2012 Trends delivers charts and tables on 46 actionable metrics

carefully curated from 2011 market research data by the Healthcare

Intelligence Network.

These charts and tables are enhanced by commentary and interviews with

industry thought leaders from Aetna, CDPHP, Ohio Medicaid, TRG

Healthcare Solutions, St. David’s Healthcare and other organizations at

the cutting edge of healthcare delivery.

As ACOs, bundled payments and value-based healthcare drive CMS and

private payors to roll out new care delivery and reimbursement models,

healthcare organizations will want to keep these industry metrics and

measurements close at hand to evaluate and plan programs and budgets and

compare performance and utilization data.

Key Topics Covered:

Healthcare Trends and Forecasts

Reducing Avoidable ER Visits

Health and Wellness Incentives

Accountable Care Organizations

Care Transitions

Case Management

Telehealth/Telemedicine

Patient-Centered Medical Home

Reducing Hospital Readmissions

Medication Adherence

Population Health Management

Patient Satisfaction

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/99890eef/46_healthcare_metr