In the era of value-based care, bundled payments, and payer pressure depressing margins, cardiovascular programs need to improve their ability to differentiate their services while not overburdening themselves with costly investments. To accomplish this, programs should seek to diversify their offerings at a disease-level; making investments to specific centers based around conditions such as heart failure or arrhythmia.
Our checklists provide a framework to think about programmatic differentiation as well as offering CV leaders examples of investments they can make based on their type and impact.
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Cardiovascular Clinical Technology Compendium