When it comes to healthcare, it is important for families to have a general idea of the direction that it is heading in. Because of this, companies and publications like Forbes publish an annual healthcare forecast, predicting what they think will happen in the healthcare industry in years to come.
Whether you are a traditional medical professional or a clinician, it is imperative that you too understand the direction that healthcare is heading in — after all, it is only your job that depends on it! Because of this inherent need for clinicians and medical professionals to have a better understanding of where healthcare is going, we have decided to speak to one of the eight predictions that were made by Forbes in their article “Top 8 Healthcare Predictions for 2019.” Continue reading below to learn more. If you would like to see the entire article, including the points we have not discussed, click here.
Prediction 1: 15% Of Healthcare Spending Worldwide Will Be Tied To Value-Based Models
Value-based healthcare is a healthcare model that dictates that medical professionals and clinicians are paid based on the overall health of their patients — essentially, getting paid for the success of their services. As you likely already understand, more traditional models are fee-for-service, as in the patient pays for the service, regardless of if their treatment is successful or not.
What Is The Benefit Of Value-Based Healthcare
Value-based health systems are extremely beneficial to the healthcare industry, and if you have been working in the industry long enough, you have likely already started to take some notice. While the benefits of value-based healthcare are large, there is no doubt that it will add slight strain on those working in the healthcare industry. Financially, at least. But what are the benefits?
Patients Will Spend Less Money
In the past, when healthcare motels were more commonly fee-for-service, an uninsured patient could visit a medical professional or clinician for treatment, receive treatment and not be healed — forcing them to come back and pay the medical professional once again. While that could still be the case after healthcare shifts to traditional models, there is more of an incentive for you, the healthcare worker, to ensure that the patient is treated correctly in value-based medicine — and that saves the patient money because they do not have to visit the doctor nearly as much.
Healthcare Standards And Results Will Increase
Value-based models of healthcare will likely increase both the quality and the success of treatments and therapies. As the medical system holds medical professionals and clinicians to higher standards, there will be an overall push to enhance the quality of the healthcare system as a whole.
While there is minimal doubt that this shift towards value-based models will be excellent for public health, it does, however, put some strain on people working in the medical and healing fields. But how can you protect yourself? In an effort to increase the value of your services, it is important for you as a medical professional or clinician to learn and practice complementary and alternative treatments — treatments like the NGUI-MATRIX.
What Is The NGUI-MATRIX?
The NGUI-MATRIX is an innovative new pain management technique that allows for the non-invasive treatment and management of chronic and acute pains. As the quality standards of the healthcare industry rise, so will the number of complementary and alternative therapies, as the success raising the quality of care will be directly reliant on the success of the therapies that are being used — of which the NGUI-MATRIX has a 95% success rate.
By attending a conference with the NGUI-MATRIX creator, Grandmaster Stanley Ngui, or by booking him to speak at one of your upcoming events, you will be better able to understand and apply, the valuable treatment technique known as the NGUI-MATRIX. If you have any questions about the NGUI-MATRIX, please visit our FAQ page or contact us.