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Dr. Gary Mangiofico Counsels Healthcare Stakeholders to Adapt to New Delivery Models or Risk Being Left Behind

January 3, 2017  | 1 min read

Dr. Gary Mangiofico, executive professor of leadership and management at Pepperdine Graziadio Business School, writes that healthcare stakeholders – including physicians, patients and administrators – must realign to succeed under value-based, or accountable, care. Patients, he suggests, must act like consumers rather than passive recipients of care, while physicians need to embrace data-driven tools and administrators should prepare for short-term instability as part of their risk management strategy. According to Dr. Mangiofico, “Ultimately, the biggest barrier to the transition from volume-based to value-based care is not a redesign of logistics, finance, or operations, but rather the ability of stakeholders within the system to change their way of thinking and functioning.” Read more  (free login required)