Non-Acute Care Growth

Opportunities for Non-Acute Care Growth

As a recognized national leader in non-acute strategy, reimbursement, and development, Murer Consultants can provide hospitals, REITs and developers with consultation services in non-acute healthcare products to achieve profitable growth and a unique market position.

What Murer Consultants Can Do in Non-Acute Product Identification and Emerging Trend Analysis

We provide product identification and analysis of various services and products constituting the growing segment of non-acute care. Market data and information will include an in-depth description various services and products included within the scope of non-acute care including:

  • Assisted Living
  • FQHCs
  • Concierge/Upper-End Self-Pay Services
  • Vanity/Medical Day Spa
  • Retail-Based Services
  • Prevention and Wellness Programs
  • Diagnostic Clinics/Differential Diagnostic Programs
  • Primary Care Clinics/Convenient Clinics
  • Employed Physician Practices
  • Freestanding Emergency Rooms
  • Long-Distance Monitoring
  • Ambulatory Surgery Centers
  • Complementary/Alternative Healthcare Services
  • Outpatient Rehabilitation
  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Medication Management
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Senior Living Communities
  • Homecare
  • Inpatient-Rehabilitation Services
  • Hospice

 

We look at:

  • Patient Demand and Other Market Response
  • Physician Acceptance and Adoption
  • Revenue by Service
  • Profitability Ranges
  • Reimbursement
  • Information on Market Leaders
  • Specialized Staffing Requirements
  • Physician and/or Vendor Partnership Opportunities
  • Regulatory Framework
  • Other Factors Deemed Relevant

 

We provide trend analysis in:

  • Healthcare Spending
  • Structure of the Healthcare Marketplace
  • Government Regulation and Medicare Beneficiary Coverage
  • Healthcare Consumerization
  • Cultural and Environmental Transformation
  • Technology and e-health implications
  • Performance-Based Models
  • Medical Tourism
  • Healthcare Personnel & Staffing Shortages
  • Market Consolidation