The rise of clinical integrated networks: Infographic

To effectively position themselves for the future of healthcare, while maintaining focus on current operations, many hospitals and physicians are taking the first steps toward transitioning to clinical integrated networks (CINs). Beyond issues relating to increasing the quality of healthcare, and reducing cost and waste, accountability is a major challenge. In a shift from a traditional healthcare approach, they must be in a position to take on increasing levels of accountability so they can better manage utilization and population health. 

Here is an infographic describing CINS from Caradigm:

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