The Impact of Healthcare Reform: New HealthLeaders Media Intelligence Report Available

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The newest HealthLeaders Media Intelligence Report, Reform’s Impact: Staff and Service Cuts Expected, reveals that only 40% of healthcare senior executives who completed the survey believe the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will result in better access to healthcare services. Produced with support from Optum, this comprehensive industry intelligence report is available for free download at http://www.healthleadersmedia.com/intelligence/121/industry-insight-report.html.

The newest HealthLeaders Media Intelligence Report, Reform’s Impact: Staff and Service Cuts Expected, reveals that only 40% of healthcare senior executives who completed the survey believe the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will result in better access to healthcare services. This despite the fact that many pundits insist that access will be the only element of healthcare that PPACA will improve, simply because it ensures some level of healthcare coverage for many of the currently uninsured. Also of note are leaders’ responses to the question of utilization. Fully 72% believe the law will lead to increased utilization of health services.

“The law is very heavily consumer-focused, and there is virtually nothing in it about benefit design change or patient responsibility because that's the political third rail. That's really the missing piece. And it's still basically an open checkbook to get whatever service you want on demand wherever you want it," says Marty Manning, president, Advocate Physician Partners, Chicago, and lead report advisor.

Produced with support from Optum, this comprehensive industry intelligence report is available for free download at http://www.healthleadersmedia.com/intelligence/121/industry-insight-report.html.

This exclusive, original research and analysis offers key insights from top healthcare executives and clinical leaders. Among the findings:

  •     72% of leaders believe PPACA will increase utilization of health services
  •     But 43% say they have or will cut services because of reform
  •     And 55% think it will mean staff reductions at their facility
  •     66% say dealing with the overall effects of PPACA will be difficult or very difficult for their organization

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HealthLeaders Media, a division of HCPro, is a leading multi-platform media company dedicated to meeting the business information needs of healthcare executives and professionals. As an integrated media company, HealthLeaders Media includes HealthLeaders magazine, HealthLeadersMedia.com, the HealthLeaders Media Intelligence Unit, HealthLeaders Media Rounds events, HealthLeaders Media Breakthroughs reports, and California HealthFax. All these platforms may be found online at http://www.healthleadersmedia.com.

The HealthLeaders Media Intelligence Unit is the premier source for executive healthcare business research and is powered by the HealthLeaders Media Council, made up of select members of the HealthLeaders Media audience of more than 240,000 healthcare executives. HealthLeaders magazine, named 2010 Magazine of the Year by the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors, is the premiere resource for information on management trends, innovations, market strategies, and organizational development for more than 40,000 healthcare executives and senior decision-makers every month. Award-winning HealthLeadersMedia.com is the healthcare industry’s destination of choice for online news and analysis.

HealthLeaders Media is the winner of 16 awards in 2011 from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) and the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE) including:

  •     2 Gold Awards for Breakthroughs (Best Digital Magazine)
  •     Best Original Research: HealthLeaders Media Industry Survey
  •     Best Feature Series: HealthLeaders Service Lines

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