A survey conducted during the first half of 2012 finds large numbers of providers, insurers and pharmaceutical executives acknowledge major changes coming in health care payment systems, but believe their current business models are “somewhat” sustainable for five more years.

The numbers of respondents anticipating up to a five-year cushion are 40 percent of providers, 53 percent of insurers and 43 percent of pharmaceutical firms, according to consultancy KPMG. It conducted the survey between January and June 2012, with responses from 104 providers, 51 health plans and 54 pharmaceutical firms.

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