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NPV (2007 model)—$4.2 Million
- Based on data obtained on the core healthcare entities and Memphis Managed Care
- Benefits are estimated from a conservative review of the published literature
- Deployment schedule is limited initially to EDs; years four and five will extend to additional healthcare providers
- Inflation and volumes remain constant
- The costs to move and support the RHIO data center are not included in the five-year forecasts
- The RHIO support desk infrastructure is minimal an embedded in the development team and local management
- The average cost for a core healthcare entity for implementation and operation activities is $30,000 per year.
- The State of Tennessee and the Core Healthcare Entities realize a higher financial gain when you consider the different stakeholder contributions.
- State of Tennessee
- Payback Period = 1.7
- Return on Investment = 1.95
- Core Healthcare Entities
- Payback Period = 0.5
- Return on Investment = 17.5
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