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  • As hospitals and health care systems shift from the volume-based first curve to the value-based second curve, they must transform their business and health care delivery models to balance quality, cost, patient preferences and health status to achieve real value and outcomes. <br /> <br /> The Velocity of Change different dimensions of the future move at different rates <br /> if something is going to be a big deal in the future it has to start sometime <br /> Short half life <br /> Budget cuts, cost shifting (sharing), closed networks, mergers and acquisitions, contractual integration, labor and benefit costs <br /> Medium half life <br /> Coverage expansion, meaningful use, value-based purchasing <br /> Long half life <br /> Reimbursement reform, cultural transformation, medical education reform <br /> <br /> “ <br /> <br /> <br />

UCSF Informatics Day 2014 - Sam Hawgood, "Informatics at UCSF" Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Second curve First curve Natural trajectory Time Performance Ian Morrison “You must ride the first curve- a company’s traditional business carried out in a familiar corporate climate-to the all-important second curve. The second curve is the future-the new technologies, new consumers, and new markets that companies must command to survive and thrive.” The Second Curve planning for an uncertain future Disruption
  • 2. 2 Bay Area partnerships a Bio Silicon Collabatory UC Health UC Rex UC Share Opportunities
  • 3. UC HEALTH • 5 Academic Medical Centers • 3000 beds • 2,400 average daily census • 4,000,000 outpatient visits • 8,000 physicians • Operating budget approx. $7.5M • 16 professional schools • 14,000 health-related students