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12 tactics for restructuring the acute care asset to compete on value

Get guidance on how to eliminate unnecessary duplication, rightsize hospital capacity, and rethink acute care models.

restructuring the acute care asset

The fundamental assumptions underpinning traditional acute care strategy are becoming increasingly weaker—which means current hospitals aren't suitable for future market demands.

To achieve acute care sustainability, organizations have to shift focus from labor, supply cost, and clinical variation to the challenge with the greatest savings potential: fixed costs.

This white paper shares tactics for significantly restructuring fixed costs by reallocating services across the system and rightsizing excess inpatient capacity.

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