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Evolution of Transactional Vendor-customer Relationships into Shared-risk Partnerships

  • ID: 3639192
  • Report
  • March 2016
  • Region: Global
  • 32 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
Assessing the Changing Business Models Between US Hospital Systems and Medical Imaging Vendors
The relationships between imaging vendors and hopsital systems are evolving. From traditional one-time purchase and service contracts, vendors and hospital systems are currently entering into long-term strategic risk-sharing partnerships that enable care providers to optimize patient scanning experience, improve work flow efficiencies, reduce costs, and improve the overall quality of imaging services. This study assess the evolution of these relationships and their impact on various stakeholders involved.

Research Methodology
- The purpose of these interviews was to understand current challenges faced by health systems, priority areas of focus, key challenges faced by radiology departments, key focus areas, and current and future performance metrics used by radiology departments to measure the quality of care provision.
- The interviews also focused on the nature of partnerships between health systems and imaging vendors, health systems’ perceptions toward long-term risk sharing partnerships and experiences with such partnerships wherever applicable.
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1. Executive Summary
  • Current Hospital Radiology Department Landscape at a Glance
2. Overview of the Current Relationship Between Hospitals and Imaging Vendors
  • Research Methodology
  • Current Hospital Landscape
  • Key Priority Areas of Focus for Hospitals
  • Synergies Between Hospitals and Radiology Departments
  • Current Performance Metrics
  • Future Performance Metrics
  • Key Stakeholders Involved in Hospital-Vendor Strategic Partnerships
  • Key Components of Ideal Hospital-Imaging Vendor Partnerships
  • Barriers to Adoption of Strategic Partnerships
  • Snapshot of Global Long-term Strategic Partnerships
  • Snapshots of Long-term Strategic Partnerships in the US
  • Wide-ranging Characteristics
  • Wide-ranging Characteristics (continued)
  • Case Study—Philips Healthcare and Augusta University (AU)
  • Evolving Imaging Vendor Services
3. Appendix
  • Acronyms
  • Legal Disclaimer
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