Hospitals are increasingly looking at potential outsourcing opportunities as they work to reduce costs, according to a Black Book Market Research survey.
The second-quarter 2018 outsourcing user survey polled C-suite, hospital boards and senior managers from 709 hospitals and inpatient organizations.
It found nearly all hospital leaders (98 percent) are considering outsourcing with third-party vendors to gain cost efficiency in clinical and nonclinical functions so they can increase focus on value-based care delivery, according to Black Book Research. Only 2 percent of respondents are not considering outsourcing due to the anticipated reaction from inside and outside the organization.
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