Building a Leadership Team for the Health Care Organization of the Future

Building a Leadership Team for the Health Care Organization of the Future – April 2014Moving from a volume-based payment model to a value-based payment model requires a new set of management skills that encourage systems thinking and align clinical and operational resources to improve outcomes and efficiencies. Today's leaders must implement strategies to:

  • Improve cost management and efficiency
  • Increase clinical integration and expand coordinated care
  • Improve quality and patient safety
  • Integrate information systems
  • Foster innovation and change management
  • Increase patient engagement

This report builds on the AHA's second-curve series that began with the 2011 breakthrough report 'Hospital and Care Systems of the Future.'

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