Competitive Pricing Strategy and Its Impact on Healthcare: An overview
For healthcare companies to attain a healthy profit margin and ensure quality outcomes, it is essential to connect their pricing strategy with the day-to-day operational concerns. With the rising healthcare market competition, healthcare companies must be cautious while creating and implementing their competitive pricing strategies as overlooking even small factors can cause them to lose out on their competitive advantage. A competitive pricing strategy in healthcare does not necessarily mean a race to the bottom in order to offer the lowest prices. In this blog, experts at Infiniti explain the key factors that enable healthcare organizations to create a robust competitive pricing strategy.
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Building a robust competitive pricing strategy in healthcare
Establish market identity
Many healthcare organizations are under the misconception that a pricing strategy has got to do primarily with becoming a low-cost or low-price player. Although some low-acuity services such as imaging may require a low-cost option structure, healthcare systems may continue to provide care at historical rates for other services. Moreover, organizations must also seek to understand what their current market identity is and what they want it to be in the future.
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