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Picture of the productMarket Survey: Laboratory 2017 (PDF)
**PDF Download** Our panel of laboratory directors and managers tells us they are projecting volumes to grow between 1% and 5% next year in our 2017 Laboratory Market Survey. They attribute volume increases to marketing efforts and additional capacity. Learn what tests have increased during the past year, and how they expect their send outs to change next year.

New: Laboratories are experiencing a challenging reimbursement climate, 55% say they expect the Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014 (PAMA) to have a negative revenue impact on their lab. This challenging climate has made cost control a leading priority for labs, and is the leading factor impacting supply budgets.

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Picture of the productMarket Survey: Acute Care 2017 (PDF)
**PDF Download** Hospital CFOs and supply chain executives report that investment, growth, and cost control are key strategic objectives for their organizations in our 2017 Acute Care Market Survey. Nearly half of hospitals are exploring purchasing physician preference items (PPI) through distribution instead of directly from the manufacturer in order to reduce supply chain waste and control costs. Nearly all hospital executives who are purchasing PPI through distribution say they are satisfied with their organization’s decision go this route.

New: This year, hospitals plan on making significantly more investment in capital equipment, while continuing to acquire physician practices. While cost control is a priority, supply budgets are projected to have moderate growth. More hospitals are focusing on controlling costs and attracting talented personnel compared to last year.

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Picture of the productDistributor Financial Performance Survey Report 2016 (PDF)
**PDF Download** The latest Distributor Financial Performance Survey, HIDA’s benchmarking study of distributor members’ financial and operating performance, presents an analysis of aggregate member data from the 2016 survey. The study tracks revenue growth, inventory, operating characteristics and sales force management by market. Participating members receive a complimentary copy.

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Picture of the productMarket Survey: Physician Office 2016 (PDF)
**PDF Download** The 2016 HIDA Physician Office Market Survey looks at current service offerings, expansion plans, and future medical supply purchasing, as reported by HIDA’s exclusive research panel of physician office managers. The report also takes an in-depth look at purchasing within system-owned practices. A majority of practices anticipate increased costs and an aging population will drive medical supply budgets upward over the coming year.

New: 43% of physician offices plan on expansion during the next year. Offices are also embracing technology solutions to improve patient contact, and physicians are starting to utilize telemedicine to enhance patient care.

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Picture of the productMarket Survey: Extended Care 2016 (PDF)
**PDF Download** The 2016 HIDA Extended Care Market Survey looks at supply chain challenges that are top of mind for providers including staffing, maintaining occupancy and reimbursement issues. The report also looks at strategies in-place to combat these challenges. The participants included 71% SNF administrators, CEOs, presidents and 26% owners. A majority of provider executives report increased acuity at their facilities, even more so than last year’s survey and 73% expect this trend to continue over the next two years.

New: See how skilled nursing facilities are responding to hospitals’ 30-day readmission penalties, and what they are doing to help. 80% of those surveyed say they are partnering with hospitals, and they give us reasons why. SNF Admins also tell us specific actions they are taking to help reduce hospital readmissions.

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Picture of the productMarket Survey: Acute Care 2016 (PDF)
**PDF Download** The 2016 HIDA Acute Care Market Survey looks at supply chain challenges that are top of mind for hospital and IDN VPS and Directors of Materials Management as well as Hospital CFOs; the report also looks at strategies in-place to combat these challenges. The participants included 68% from health systems. Of those surveyed, 96% use medical supply distribution to meet their business needs. 34% said they have no interest in a stockless or low-unit-of-measure (LUM) program, and 48% report no interest in self-contracting.

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Picture of the productMarket Survey: Laboratory 2015 (PDF)
**PDF Download** Don’t miss this in-depth report from HIDA exclusive primary research conducted in October 2015. Learn what laboratory managers and directors say will be their biggest challenge in 2016, and how they plan to address it. Providers also identify the most increasing/decreasing tests, discuss facility growth plans and share predictions for fourth quarter demand.

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