Research and Markets: Exploring US Healthcare Outsourcing in the Age of Obama-Care

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4434f8/exploring_us_healt) has announced the addition of the "Exploring US healthcare outsourcing in the age of Obama-care" report to their offering.

There is great potential for outsourcers to take advantage of ongoing cost-rationalization strategies by US healthcare payers and providers. However, Ovum cautions that vendors need to balance optimism about opportunities in this space with consideration about the costs involved, both in terms of market development and compliance.

Features and benefits:

  • Understand how the recent healthcare reform will impact outsourcers
  • Learn about key issues and challenges, as well as strategies for success in the industry going forward

Highlights:

The US healthcare industry presents new opportunities for outsourcersNew American healthcare realities demand efficiencies. Healthcare reform will have a significant impact on outsourcers.

Your key questions answered;

  • What will the impact of healthcare reform be for outsourcing?
  • What steps should outsourcing providers take in order to succeed in the US healthcare market?

Key Topics Covered:

SUMMARY

  • Catalyst
  • Ovum view
  • Key messages

THE US HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY IS RIPE FOR OUTSOURCING

  • Healthcare reform will have an important impact on the industry
  • Healthcare is taking up more resources in the US
  • New healthcare realities demand efficiencies
  • Regulatory issues are driving the need for compliance
  • IT is an enabler for innovation and transformation in healthcare delivery

US HEALTHCARE OUTSOURCING - MARKET SNAPSHOT

  • Market evolution of healthcare outsourcing

CONSIDERATIONS WHEN SELLING US HEALTHCARE OUTSOURCING

  • Budgets are increasing but remain tight
  • Regulatory compliance demands significant investments and expertise
  • Balancing privacy and security with outsourced business models
  • Grow outsourcing at the expense of internal systems and maintenance
  • Healthcare outsourcing decision-making shifting to C-Level
  • Existing expertise in healthcare processes is limited
  • Recruiting the right team to win healthcare outsourcing
  • Long sales lags are associated with US healthcare outsourcing

RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Let Obama-care work for you
  • Determine if US healthcare is an opportunity worth pursuing
  • Ensure human infrastructure is in place
  • Understand that different markets have different health needs
  • Vendors can play a key role in educating the market about best practices
  • Vendors must help simplify the exchange of healthcare information

APPENDIX

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Source: Ovum



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KEYWORDS:   United States  North America

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Health  Public Policy/Government  Healthcare Reform  Other Health

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