By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Special Feature Regardless of which combination of solution approaches in the current health care reform debate are ultimately enacted, long term prospects for delivering on an absolute imperative to control cost—while offering broad access to high quality, affordable health care—depends on achieving a fundamental paradigm shift in health care resource purchasing behavior. Much of that behavior today is based on patient and physician expectations, attitudes, and beliefs that preference-driven purchasing behavior must transition to value-driven purchasing that . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Special Feature Regardless of which combination of solution approaches in the current health care reform debate are ultimately enacted, long term prospects for delivering on an absolute imperative to control cost—while offering broad access to high quality, affordable health care—depends on achieving a fundamental paradigm shift in health care resource purchasing behavior. Much of that behavior today is based on patient and physician expectations, attitudes, and beliefs that preference-driven purchasing behavior must transition to value-driven purchasing that . . .
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