How Much Clinical Integration Is Enough?

By John Fisher, JD, CHC, CCEP

Clinical Integration Attorney

 

Analysis of all available resources makes it clear that there is no single formula for achieving clinical integration and each organization will be unique in the mechanisms and processes that are used to achieve required levels of collaboration and interdependence between providers.  Clinical integration is a process of continual assessment and enhancement.  When we are speaking of clinical integration from an antitrust standpoint, we must determine whether the systems and mechanisms are in place and continuously operating to enhance quality and efficiency.

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