FREE INFOGRAPHIC Here’s a quick look at the industry forces driving the “health@home” trend. In this infographic, we also cover nine current models and the emerging potential of home-centered care for Medicare services. If you’re trying to make sense of the market, our team can help you size up your distinct opportunity with market data
FREE INFOGRAPHIC While more than 60 percent of payments to healthcare service providers in 2020 were tied to value in some way, the industry hasn’t reached a genuine tipping point in value-based care just yet. At the same time, it’s extremely difficult to attach a specific dollar figure to the returns realized from investments in
Delivery systems must recalibrate to focus on tech-enabled care that addresses whole-person health and meets consumer expectations. In this complimentary white paper, Canton & Company unpacks the post-pandemic future.
Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) face unique challenges as critical healthcare lifelines for more than 28 million Americans, many in areas hit especially hard by the economic impacts of COVID-19. Canton & Company interviewed a number of FQHC leaders to gauge their preparedness for the crisis, understand how they’re tackling financial and staffing challenges, and
Canton & Company’s 2019 Healthcare Predictions features leading experts sharing their views on what to expect in the industry throughout this year. Among the trends cited are the continued movement of care from institutional settings to the community and the home, the rising risk of physician burnout, and the entry of more Amazons and Googles
It’s taken decades, but the U.S. healthcare system is finally having to stand up to real market forces – economic and social. Fed up with spiraling costs and declining value, champions for a vibrant, market-based industry have generated enough momentum to disrupt the status quo holding the industry back. This white paper explores four powerful,
Healthcare costs can vary greatly based on where we choose to receive it. Understanding these differences can help us be smarter consumers – playing an important role in the Smart Health Market.