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Lessons learned from payers aid in shift to value-based care.

As fee-for-value payment models replace fee-for-volume models, providers are more often managing medical costs and risk. These are roles once dominated by payers. As providers find themselves needing to analyze risk, they can learn from health plans, employers and other payers — and adopt some of the same tools they use. One tactic providers can […]
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COPD offers chance for population health success.

Health care systems know that their patients are suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD. They also know the expense of treating it. They may not know that COPD offers an opportunity to make an immediate impact in patients’ lives and drive down costs while learning population health management skills. Statistics surrounding COPD are […]
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Analytics are becoming a habit of highly effective ACOs

Even the most practiced at population health management may struggle with one factor deemed by many to be crucial for success as an accountable care organization or ACO. The challenge? Implementing a health IT infrastructure and data analytics strategy. Health IT Analytics lists analytics as a defining capability of successful ACOs. It reports that a robust […]
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Comparing speed vs. value when measuring health outcomes

Health care organizations that are years into the transition to value-based care know a robust analytics solution that provides timely insights and actionable results can help them understand risk and manage patient populations. But what if you are just starting out? Analytics tools can help here too. They can help discover patterns in your data […]
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