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Texas Health Market Review 2013

  • ID: 2671523
  • October 2013
  • Region: United States
  • Allan Baumgarten

Texas Health Market Review 2013 finds:

- Texas HMOs enjoy strong profitability and enrollment growth
- Inpatient hospital utilization declines as new hospitals go up

Dallas/Fort Worth – Houston – After years of decline, enrollment in Texas HMOs has increased by 10% in each of the last two years. Profitability for both HMOs and hospitals has been strong, even though inpatient hospital utilization is flat or declining in major regions of the state.

These and other findings are reported in Texas Health Market Review 2013, Allan Baumgarten's eleventh annual report analyzing insurers and hospital systems in the Texas health care market. His report, which was first published in 1999, analyzes data on the HMOs and providers in the state, putting the data in the context of health reform and other developments driving changes in the market. Baumgarten is a Minnesota-based independent analyst, who also published and contributed to state health market reports in 11 other states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio and Wisconsin. The new report compares Texas HMOs to their counterparts in those states READ MORE >

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