Minnesota Health Market Review 2016-2017 – Minnesota Hospitals And Provider Systems

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Dublin – Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Minnesota Health Market Review 2016 Part 2” report to their offering.

A new administration arrived in Washington and promised to undo everything about the Affordable Care Act and replace it with something beautiful for the entire country. Despite the date of December 2016 on this report, much of the text was written in March 2017, right after the America’s Health Care Act went down in flames. And while the Speaker of the House conceded that the ACA remains the law of the land for the time being, the level of uncertainty is higher than ever, especially in local markets. Health care is complicated, as most people knew.

Implementation of the ACA has had significant impact on provider systems in Minnesota, but the current uncertainty is distressing. They have benefited from the expansion of coverage through Medicaid and seen a measurable reduction in uncompensated care. They have also participated in several of the ACA’s initiatives to improve care quality while reducing costs, with somewhat mixed results. For example, seven provider systems formed Accountable Care Organizations for Medicare and several participate in bundled payment demonstrations.

The ACA has given them an additional push to grow their systems and patient base. To expand, they are pursuing a variety of strategies, including mergers and acquisitions, strategic partnerships and expansion of their clinical sites beyond their traditional service areas

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction

2. Minnesota Hospitals And Provider Systems

3. Twin Cities Area Hospitals And Systems

– Revenues And Net Income
– Occupancy And Payer Mix
– Performance Bonuses And Penalties

4. Outstate Systems And Hospitals

– Revenues And Net Income
– Occupancy And Payer Mix
– Performance Bonuses And Penalties

5. Health Plan Trends

6.Utilization And Effectiveness Of Care And Enrollee Satisfaction

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/lbb2v4/minnesota_health

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