Healthcare Intelligence Reports
HANYS’ Healthcare Intelligence Reports focus on a variety of healthcare trends, forecasting and marketplace topics. This series of reports provides information and insight to help HANYS members stay at the forefront of healthcare’s biggest shifts.
The top of the funnel
Our ninth Healthcare Intelligence Report reflects on the financial crisis facing hospitals and healthcare systems and how they can and must raise the bar on the consumer experience.
A reshaped future: Healthcare in a post-pandemic landscape
Our eighth Healthcare Intelligence Report draws on lessons learned during the COVID-19 crisis to look ahead to a post-pandemic patient-centered system of care.
The next decade of value‑based care
Our seventh Healthcare Intelligence Report discusses how providers who gain a foothold in value-based care today will be better positioned for the future of care delivery.
The hospital workforce is changing: Are you ready?
Our sixth Healthcare Intelligence Report covers how the next generation of clinicians and the advent of AI will impact the health system workforce.
The state of horizontal consolidation
Our fifth Healthcare Intelligence Report discusses how partnerships can ensure long-term stability for hospitals and health systems.
Neglecting to market to millennials is a mistake
Our fourth Healthcare Intelligence Report covers how health systems must engage this younger cohort that’s aging into an increasing amount of care services.
Competing with tech disruption
Our third Healthcare Intelligence Report covers how health systems can leverage technology giants’ disruptions to provide an enhanced patient experience.
Primary care: An opportunity to rethink sustainability
Our second Healthcare Intelligence Report explores non-traditional opportunities in primary care as the front doors of healthcare are being reshaped by patients' preference for convenience and affordability.
Vertical integration will test health systems’ vulnerabilities
Our first Healthcare Intelligence Report highlights how payers, retail pharmacies and non-healthcare entities continue to partner, driving new vertical integration deals which will affect health systems.