New Models of Care Are Further Constraining Provider Supply

Health systems and traditional providers have historically faced workforce issues (e.g., an aging workforce, burnout), which the pandemic and ensuing Great Resignation worsened. Traditional providers must compete for the shrinking pool of talent against life sciences organizations, payers, consulting firms, consumer goods companies and, now, retail-based providers. The retail-based entrants offer competitive salaries, benefits, incentive-based compensation and appealing flexible and hybrid work schedules as compared to traditional provider environments. The introduction of highly attractive (i.e., fewer night shifts) employment opportunities for providers in an increasingly disintermediated health economy will likely further constrain the already shrinking supply of physicians.

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Source: https://www.trillianthealth.com/insights/the-compass/new-models-of-care-are-further-constraining-provider-supply

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