The 2016 HIMSS Cost Accounting Survey indicates healthcare providers are progressing towards pay-for-value but have multiple needs

As more and more healthcare organizations begin adopting some form of a value-based payment model, the findings of the 2016 HIMSS Cost Accounting Survey suggest provider organizations have a sober assessment of their capabilities in facing the challenges ahead. In fact, only three percent of respondents believe their organization is highly prepared to make the pay-for-value transition. These and other important findings regarding the journey providers are making toward alternative healthcare payment systems are contained in the 2016 HIMSS Cost Accounting Survey, unveiled at the Revenue Cycle Knowledge Center during the HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition in Las Vegas, NV.

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