Today, Medicare covers more than 48 million people, and that number is growing rapidlybaby boomers are reaching the eligibility age of 65 at the rate of 10,000 a day.1 Medicare patients exhibit a growing prevalence of chronic conditions and risk factors for these conditions, such as obesity. This in turn is leading to a rise in Medicare beneficiaries use of health care services and has implications for resource use and payment policy.
Health care is changing rapidly. The rise of consumerism, the digital economy, precision medicine, predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, new high-tech…
Data & Insights
The State of Value: 2018 Snapshot is a members-only resource that aggregates data from a variety of sources, including the AHA Annual Survey and our inaugural…
This presentation offers an overview of the 2019 Environmental Scan, outlining key themes and trends that the health care field is currently facing during this…
Increasing American Hospital Association Members’ Utilization of Community Health Workers on Clinical Care Teams Community health workers
As a part of the community health worker initiative, the AHA and the NUL hosted the Community Health Worker Consortium in Chicago, IL.
Tidelands Community Care Network