Tag Archives: Carl Johnson

Preventive care: Gauge potential to drive revenue

Say your patient population is the size of Cincinnati and Toledo combined, you might be able to fill up my beloved Buckeyes’ Ohio Stadium with patients who’ve skipped two years of well visits. I’m talking about 18 percent of your patients missing out on preventive care. What would closing that gap in care mean to […]
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Consumer awareness, prioritized resources make or break preventive service use

Increased emphasis on prevention in health care is good policy, but it can’t become good practice unless the services get to the people who need them. In an earlier post, I shared statistics about how older adults are less likely to seek out prevention programs, programs which could have prevented 2 million premature deaths. That […]
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Population analytics bolsters preventive services

My previous post outlined how increasing preventive services outreach can keep people healthier and result in better financial outcomes. But this can only happen if payers and providers know who need those services. This is where population analytic tools come into play. The two components of successful population analytics are comprehensive data and technology systems […]
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Analytics are key to engaging providers in the process of change

As health care groups continue to grow larger, it becomes increasingly difficult for information to flow from the health care providers to the central office and vice versa. I have seen this happen to a number of health care organizations that were rapidly adding new practices and personnel. How does a growing organization keep the […]
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Florida Medical Clinic scores new contracts after using analytics

In the move from fee-for-service to value-based health care a number of organizations are missing the target. I have seen several very good health care groups miss out on substantial value-based contracts because they could not take on the risks. The solution is to manage the risks through the utilization of analytics. Florida Medical Clinic, […]
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