February 2018. Examines IDN decision-makers' nominations for overall manufacturer "Partner of Choice," as well as benchmark ratings of ~30 manufacturers in relational status, presence, and value of programs. Reviews the current direct contracting landscape across 25 therapeutic classes and identifies opportunities for partnership.
October 2017. Examines recent market activity, emerging care models, the status of value-based reimbursement, and medical groups' most urgent strategic imperatives.
October 2017. Reviews medical group decision-makers' evaluation of manufacturer engagement by examing overall "Partner of Choice" nominations and benchmark ratings for account support personnel, quality of programs and resources, and access of customer-facing personnel to groups' key decision-makers. Identifies opportunities for partnership.
October 2017. Examines large multispecialty medical groups' clinical and quality activities to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. Reviews groups' quality measures and objectives by disease state. Reports population health management capabilities, pharmacy services, and pursuits in prescription medication management.
August 2017. Covers the spectrum of commercial insurer-driven and Medicare ACOs, examining recent market activity and trends, payment models and risk, and ACOs' strategic imperatives for 2017/2018.
August 2017. Examines ACOs' clinical and quality activities to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. Reviews ACO quality measures, objectives by disease state, and challenges. Reports ACO population health management capabilities, pharmacy services, and pursuits in prescription medication management.
August 2017. Review's ACO decision-makers ratings of pharmaceutical manufacturers in account management support personnel and value of programs and resources. Identifies opportunities for partnership.
April 2017. Examines the IDN market landscape, including size and scope, recent trends and activity, the prevalence of system-led health plans and ACO participation. Reviews the status of value-based payment reform and provides IDNs' most urgent strategic imperatives and operational objectives to address in 2017.
March 2017. Examines IDNs' key clinical and quality activities to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. Reviews IDN quality measures, objectives by disease state, and challenges. Reports IDN population health management capabilities, pharmacy services, and pursuits in prescription medication management.
Integrated Delivery Networks: Competitive Positioning, Direct Contracting, and Partnership OpportunitiesEngagement with integrated delivery network (IDN) accounts is becoming an increasingly important component of manufacturers' market access strategies as providers take on more risk and accountability...
Changes to the ways that health care is delivered and paid for is driving large physician medical groups to continue to adjust their business models. HIRC's report, Large Multispecialty Medical...
Large Multispecialty Medical Groups: Manufacturer Competitive Positioning and Partnership OpportunitiesAccount engagement with large multispecialty groups is becoming increasingly important to maintain market access as accountability for health care costs and quality shifts towards providers. HIRC's...
Large Multispecialty Medical Groups: Quality Objectives and Activities to Improve Patient Outcomes & Reduce CostsAs payers drive providers towards value-based reimbursement, large medical groups continue to implement a number of quality and clinical initiatives to enhance value and reduce the total cost of care...
The Accountable Care Organization (ACO) market has grown at a rapid pace over the last few years, and all signs point to the ACO entity continuing as a player in the health care landscape for the...
Accountable Care Organization (ACO) executives indicate interest in a variety of collaborative opportunities with manufacturers as market dynamics push them along the risk continuum towards more...
As payers drive providers towards more advanced payment models, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) continue to implement a number of quality and clinical initiatives to enhance value and reduce...
The total number and size of highly organized health systems continues to grow, supported by M&A activity occurring at relatively the same pace since 2012. HIRC's report, Integrated Delivery...
Integrated Delivery Networks: Quality Objectives and Activities to Improve Patient Outcomes & Reduce CostsAs the health care market continues to shift from volume to value, integrated delivery networks (IDNs) are implementing a number of quality and clinical initiatives that can impact pharmaceutical...
The Organized Providers Service examines the environmental trends impacting health care delivery, focusing on how increased provider accountability and value-based reimbursement will impact pharmaceutical market access.
HIRC's research with integrated delivery networks (IDNs) and accountable care organizations (ACOs) provides market insights and metrics to assist pharmaceutical firms in developing access strategies and quality value-added programs.
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Comprehensive Approach Across Market Segments
HIRC's organized provider research focuses on integrated delivery networks and accountable care organizations. Utilizing a multidisciplinary approach, HIRC includes the perspectives of executive leadership, pharmacy directors, and medical directors for a comprehensive review of issues impacting market access. Quality measurement, population health, and prescription medication management strategies are examined, in addition to manufacturer engagement and support.
- Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs)
- Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)
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HIRC's data and insights enable subscribers to understand and track market dynamics and trends critical to optimal product and value-added program positioning as the health care delivery market evolves.
Through detailed analyses, key implications, and strategic recommendations from experienced HIRC researchers, subscribers to the Organized Providers Service are able to monitor and evaluate critical market trends, understand the role of organized providers in product access and utilization, benchmark manufacturer support, and act upon partnership opportunities.