Expanding and Maximizing Your Ambulatory Care Network During the Reform Era
Executive Vice President
Vice President/Market Manager
Health systems continue to evaluate their patient care delivery models in the era of reform. These evaluations confirm the outpatient setting as the most cost-effective platform for providing patient care. Health system leadership is now tasked with maximizing and growing ambulatory care networks to best position their organizations for long-term success.
A critical component of any successful ambulatory care network is strategically aligned real estate. A sound and measured real estate strategy will lead to a sustained, expanded, and more cost effective ambulatory care network.
This webinar focuses on aligning real estate with a health system's strategic ambulatory care plan. The presentation outlines the importance of a proactive ambulatory care strategy. The webinar also identifies key factors impacting growth opportunities within a health system's market area and explores different models to leverage real estate as a means to long-term, health-system success.
After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:
- Understand the importance of developing a strategic ambulatory care strategy.
- Determine key factors impacting increased market share opportunities.
- Align a real estate strategy with your organization’s mission and business plan.
- Explore different real estate models to ensure your health system is a market leader.
Tools & Takeaways
Attendees will have access to these articles, which expand on the topic presented:
- "From Hub to MOB: A Strategy to Extend Your Hospital’s Reach," hfm, by David C. Arnold
- "Approaches to Healthcare Development," Development, by David C. Arnold
- "Determining the Best Way to Invest in Remote Non-Core Healthcare Real Estate," Strategic Financial Planning, by Dan Cowell
CEOs, CFOs, senior vice presidents of business development and strategy
Field of Study
Specialized Knowledge and Applications
HFMA members: Free
Note: This on-demand webinar is available until Nov. 1, 2014.