NAVIGATING AN UNCERTAIN AND
EVOLVING CARE DELIVERY LANDSCAPE
Healthcare markets are in flux. Providers are assuming increased financial responsibility for managing the health of defined populations; emphasizing outcomes improvement and patient experience while lowering the total cost of care. While this shift to accountability has surely begun, the transformation is far from complete. The majority of providers are not yet managing significant populations at risk, and most will continue to deliver care under mixed payment models for the foreseeable future.
Each journey toward risk reimbursement is unique. Providers’ market contexts and starting points vary and their ultimate destinations – a mix of volume and value based contracts – will be steered by the needs of the market and their ability to accept accountability, and risk, for a population’s healthcare expense.
Director and SVP, Strategic Growth
Greg Maddrey is a Director with The Chartis Group and Senior Vice President of Strategic Growth. He brings more than 18 years of management consulting and healthcare executive experience to the firm. Mr. Maddrey has advised some of the nation's pre-eminent academic medical centers, schools of medicine, integrated delivery systems and hospitals.
Cindy Lee is a Director with The Chartis Group and leader in the Strategy practice. Ms. Lee has advised some of the nation’s preeminent academic medical centers, children’s hospitals and integrated delivery systems for more than 18 years.
Principal, Strategy Senior Practice Manager
Anneliese Gerland is a Principal and Senior Practice Area Manager with The Chartis Group. Her work is focused on helping healthcare organizations navigate the transition to value-based care and payment models. She supports the development of delivery system transformation solutions including integration across the care continuum and economic transformation.