By Mike Segal
A recent article in USA Today, received courtesy of Kaiser News, once again highlights the virtually universal opinion of those in the know that the healthcare marketplace is irrevocably changing. The article focuses on the ongoing evolution of the delivery of healthcare services in Indiana. Indiana is one of 26 states arguing that PPACA should be overturned. Nevertheless, throughout Indiana there is continuing consolidation between hospitals and providers, increased use of electronic medical records, and new methodologies being used by health plans to pay for healthcare, incentivizing primary care physicians to deliver better care at a lower cost.