|[September 25, 2013]
Research and Markets: Wisconsin Health Market Review
DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/p9nh39/wisconsin_health)
has announced the addition of the "Wisconsin
Health Market Review 2012" report to their offering.
HMO Profitability Slips Even as Enrollment Rises;
Hospitals Maintain Profitability Even as Utilization Declines;
Implementation of Health Reform Creates New Opportunities and
Wisconsin providers and health plans are busily preparing for
impementation of health reform, even as the state's plans remain
unclear. Profitability for both hospital systems and health plans
remains strong, even though it has declined in the past two years.
Enrollment in HMOs continues to increase while inpatient days in
Wisconsin hospitals have declined.
The new report finds:
Inpatient hospital days in southeast Wisconsin have dropped by 9% in
the past five years.
Hospitals in Milwaukee and surrounding counties had net income of
$504.4 million in 2011, or 7.7% of net patient revenues.
Mergers and acquisitions have created powerful provider systems in
both southeast Wisconsin and in other parts of the state.
Five years of HMO enrollment gains could be wiped out by the
termination of Medicaid HMO contracts in 2012.
Wisconsin HMO profits have declined since their peak in 2009.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/p9nh39/wisconsin_health
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