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Payvider Survey Summary Report

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Payvider Survey Summary Report

HFMA, with sponsorship from Guidehouse, surveyed over 100 health system CFOs and finance and managed care executives to understand payvider model trends. The survey indicates that provider organizations are gravitating towards risk-based payment models. Nearly 60% of health systems responding to the survey plan to advance into risk-based Medicare Advantage models this year.

Survey respondents select their top internal and external challenges with pursuing payvider models, and the greatest barriers to their success.

To learn more, download the key findings from the survey. 

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